Greenville Tech students train to become next generation leaders

Published on Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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Greenville Technical College students, left to right, Chloe Schockling, Tina Harris, Amanda Clark, and Penny Dewberry met with Rep. Chandra Dillard (center) in Columbia as part of the NEW Leadership conference hosted by Winthrop University last month.

Greenville Technical College students, left to right, Chloe Schockling, Tina Harris, Amanda Clark, and Penny Dewberry met with Rep. Chandra Dillard (center) in Columbia as part of the NEW Leadership conference hosted by Winthrop University last month.

The John C. West Forum on Politics and Policy at Winthrop University joined with the College of Charleston to organize a NEW Leadership conference at Winthrop last month.

The purpose was to educate college women about the political process and to inspire them to consider careers in public service. The institute hosted 15 female college students from across the state. Participants from Greenville Technical College were Penny Dewberry, Chloe Schockling, Tina Harris and Amanda Clark.

Institutions represented were Coastal Carolina, USC Aiken, Greenville Technical College, Winthrop, College of Charleston and Francis Marion University.

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