WVC All-Washington Academic Team students honored

May 11, 2023

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Wenatchee Valley College students Tiffany Bryant and Juddy Anyona were honored as WVC’s 2023 All-Washington academic team members in Olympia on April 27. The students will be honored again this month at the public board of trustees meeting at WVC on May 17.Dr. Faimous Harrison and Tiffany Bryant in Olympia April 27

The All-Washington Academic Team program recognizes and honors our state's finest higher education students. The students who make up the All-Washington (All-WA) Team reflect the diversity of the state, maintain high standards of excellence, and contribute positively to the community. 

During the official statewide All-Washington Academic Team ceremony, Tiffany received a $1,000 scholarship and Juddy received $250.

After struggling with her own mental health, Tiffany enrolled at Wenatchee Valley College at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of pursuing a career that will allow her to help others. Now, at 38, Tiffany is the Vice President of the Psi Beta honor society and an active volunteer at WVC and in the community. She plans to transfer to Washington State University to earn her bachelor of science in psychology.

Growing up in Kenya, Juddy was eager to get an education, but it was not until she was 33 years old and a primary caregiver for her husband with Primary Progressive Sclerosis and their two young children that Juddy was able to enroll at Wenatchee Valley College and begin her associate degree in nursing. An active volunteer and PTK member, her next goal is to earn her bachelor of science in nursing.

Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society for Two Year Colleges, introduced the All-USA Academic Team to recognize and honor two-year college students for their scholastic achievement and community and college service. The All-Washington Academic Team program has become the showcase for Washington's community and technical colleges because it honors the academic high achievers, and the individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to success in the classroom and in the communities in which they live. This recognition demonstrates the state's commitment to scholarship and community service on the part of those attending the state's public community and technical colleges.


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