MLT student earns Outstanding Student award from clinical laboratory group

Seward County Community College

Seward County Community College Medical Laboratory Technology student Amanda Millea was recently named an Outstanding Student by the Kansas chapter of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS).

Millea, a full-time student in her second year of the program, “demonstrates dedication to learning and successfully completes all course requirements,” said MLT program director Dr. Suzanne Campbell. “Ms. Millea spends quality time gaining the knowledge necessary to be a medical laboratory professional. Her clinical instructors consistently rate her skills above the expectations of a student at the current stage of the program.”

Millea, a resident of Wyoming, can access the MLT program online; The MLT program pioneered distance learning at SCCC and continually enrolls students from across the United States.

In keeping with SCCC’s commitment to student engagement and success, Millea served as a student representative to the Perkins Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment stakeholder committee.

“She attended all the meetings and came prepared with knowledge and questions,” Campbell said. “I am confident that Amanda will graduate in August with her associate degree in medical laboratory technology and demonstrate her competency as an entry-level MLT.”

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