A Light on the Point, Thursday, Feb. 4

Honoring Those Who Have Gone Above and Beyond

The SMCC Foundation invites you to A Light on the Point, an occasion to pay tribute to an employee, an alumnus and an area business for their contributions to SMCC during a challenging year. The event also raises funds to help students succeed and prepare for bright futures.
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Join us Thursday, February 4

Please join us on Thursday, February 4, from 6-7 p.m. via Zoom as we honor those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in contributing to SMCC’s success.

Celebrating:

  • Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award: Jessica Dreves, SMCC nursing faculty clinical coordinator, who has successfully managed the safe clinical placements for nursing students during the pandemic.
  • Outstanding Alumnus Award: Lacy McMoarn, who as a CPA in Portland gives back to SMCC by speaking to accounting classes, providing advice to students and promoting SMCC in the business community.
  • Outstanding Business Award: Steve Arnold, owner of Yarmouth Boatyard and Marina Holdings, who partnered with SMCC in establishing the Yamaha Outboard Motor Repair Training Course to meet the marine industry’s demand for certified marine technicians.
  • The President’s Award: This award will be given to a group, organization or program that has demonstrated excellence within the community, state or region, with preference given to those connected to SMCC. President Cassidy will announce the recipient at the event.

Event Program

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Who does this event benefit?

The SMCC Foundation raises funds that are used to provide scholarship support for deserving students, enhance academic programs, and revitalize classrooms and equipment. The Foundation each year awards over $200,000 in scholarships to more than 200 students, with scholarship applications far exceeding available funding.