Student Recognized with WG Rotary Service Above Self Award

Eastern Center for Arts and Technology (EASTERN) 2016 Allied Health/Upper Moreland High School graduate, Jordyn Harris, was recognized by Sam Swindells from the Willow Grove Rotary with their Service Above Self award at EASTERN’s Awards Night on May 25, 2016.

Sam Swindells, Sergeant-at-arms at Rotary Club of Willow Grove, and Jordyn Harris

Sam Swindells, Sergeant-at-arms at Rotary Club of Willow Grove,
and Jordyn Harris

This award is for one outstanding Upper Moreland High School graduating senior, who is an active participant in service to others inside of their participating school and in the community, an active participant in EASTERN activities, and continuing his or her education after high school.

Jordyn was selected for this honor for her involvement in activities at EASTERN, such as SkillsUSA, EASTERN’s student leadership organization, and in the Allied Health Program Occupational Advisory Committee (OAC). For the 2015 – 2016 school year, Jordyn served as the SkillsUSA Vice President of the Allied Health program. As the Student Representation for the Allied Health program OAC, Jordyn helped her EASTERN instructor and administration to keep up-to-date on changing industry-standard technologies and techniques, and in keeping the curriculum cutting edge. At Upper Moreland High School, Jordyn is involved with Key Club, Interact Club, Future Health Professionals Club, and the National Honor Society.

“Receiving this prestigious award is such an honor for me,” said Jordyn. “I enjoy helping others and a career in nursing has always been my dream. I want to thank the Willow Grove Rotary and Mr. Swindells for presenting me with this award.”

Allied Health at EASTERN is designed for high school seniors who plan to continue their education in college to prepare for a career in the health field. Students will get extensive clinical experiences partnering with health professionals at Abington Memorial Hospital.

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