Bobby has been in the program for five months, and his graduation date is approaching quickly. As I reflect on Bobby’s progress in the program, I must admit that he has remained motivated, dedicated, and committed. He has learned how to look at his mistakes and/or failures as learning moments by taking those opportunities to improve and enhance his skills and knowledge. He maintains a positive attitude and continues to ask questions and observe those with whom he works to continually develop skills which help to refine his craftsmanship and knowledge. Bobby consistently works to improve his skills both academically and in the shop. It is obvious that although parts of the program may have been challenging for him, the curriculum has definitely provided a fun learning experience for him. In short, as long as Bobby continues to be tenacious in his pursuit of the development of a positive work ethic, I expect that he will be successful not only in the workforce, but in life. Keep up the good work, Bobby!
Darius Ligon, Academic Instructor