Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute

Katie Riddle

Katie Riddle, Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, Excellence Award 2014

The traditional path is to begin with community college, then transfer to the university to complete a Bachelor's degree.

Dakota Crapps

Dakota Crapps, Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, Excellence Award 2013

Since I can recall, my parents have always stressed the importance of education. They told me that playing sports and participating in any other extracurricular activity would be a privilege earned by making good grades. I learned early in my education that dedication was key.

Amelia Hawkins

Amelia Hawkins, Caldwell Community College, Excellence Award 2012

When I was in the eighth grade, I made the decision to apply to Caldwell Early College High School, a program in which students attend high school and Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute for five years.

Elizabeth Bullock

Elizabeth Bullock, Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, 2015 Academic Excellence Award Recipient

Throughout middle and high school, “school” became a word that struck fear in my heart. As a child I was labeled as a dyslexic who struggled with reading and writing. I was told I would amount to very little in life and that college was not for everyone.

Callie Tester

Caldwell CC&I 2016 Academic Excellence Award recipient Callie Tester

Shortly after starting at CCC&TI in the Computer Technology Integration program, I joined several groups, including the Student Government Association, TRIO, and the National Society of Leadership and Success. Being involved has helped me accomplish my goals and benefit from new experiences.

Marco Leonardo Chumbimuni

As the first college graduate in his family, Marco Leonardo Chumbimuni knows the importance of his accomplishment. Not just for himself, but also for his younger brother and his relatives in his parents’ native country.