Glendale student wins college leadership award

Posted 4/27/21

Central College (Iowa) Student Development recognizes outstanding leadership at the college each year and has named its 2020-21 award winners.

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Glendale student wins college leadership award

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Central College (Iowa) Student Development recognizes outstanding leadership at the college each year and has named its 2020-21 award winners.

Aiyana Rouse, of Glendale, received the Annual Theme Award. She attended Ironwood High School, 6051 W. Sweetwater Ave.

This award recognizes a student volunteer or recognized student organization who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in promoting and implementing the college’s annual theme.

The 2020-21 theme is diversity and inclusion.

Central College of Pella, Iowa, is a private, four-year liberal arts college.

 

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