Career Training College in Greeley Awards Students for Stellar Achievements

IBMC Presents Greeley College Students with Rising Star, Star Student and Student of the Quarter Awards

Adult learners at the Institute of Business and Medical Careers in Greeley recently enjoyed a Super Bowl-themed Student Awards Assembly. Students attending the Greeley college, located at 5400 W. 11th  Street, Suite D, are studying to become medical assistants, medical billing & coding specialists, pharmacy technicians, massage therapists and paralegals, or pursuing a degree in Business Administration and Accounting.

This quarter, several students were recognized for their outstanding efforts.

Rising Star Award: This honor is awarded to a student who has recently enrolled in career training at IBMC. The student must demonstrate academic excellence, good behavior, perfect attendance and a dedication to their program of study. The following students were awarded: Silvia Gutierrez, Danielle Neidigh and Tanya Wood.

Star Student Award: IBMC college students that qualify for this award have been enrolled in career training for more than 10 weeks, earn exceptional grades, exhibit a willingness to learn and grow and adhere to the attendance policy. The following were named Star Students this session: Matthew Breuer, Paula Brown and Raymond Hesseltine.

Student of the Quarter Award: Recipients of this award are nominated by their peers for having an outstanding attitude, demonstrating professionalism, achieving good grades and attending class regularly. This session, Ashley Dehart, Ryan Garcia and Tanya Liles received the Student of the Quarter honors.

IBMC Greeley campus is currently enrolling for the February 19th class start. For more information about career training programs in the Business, Medical, Legal or Massage fields, call (970) 356-4733 or visit our website.