Springfield College Clubs and Organizations Awards 2020.

 

Springfield College Clubs and Organizations Awards 2020. The Student Government Association executive board members, led by members of the Class of 2020, are proud to lead this awards show highlighting the great work of clubs and organizations on the campus during the 2019-20 academic year.

Club and Organization Video: Award Order

  1. Introduction by Avery Pedro - VP of Clubs and Organizations
  2. Mission Award presented by Bobby Bordieri - 2020 Class President
    1. Recipient: Athletic Training Club
  3. Program of the Year Award presented by Chris Tringali - 2020 Class Treasurer
    1. Recipient: The Y CLub for their DIG Workshop
  4. Bankers of the Year Award presented by Mackenzie Hebert - VP of Finance Operations
    1. Recipient: Physician Assistant Student Organization
  5. Consider it Done Award presented by Marcel Diaz - VP of Inclusion and Community  Engagement
    1. Recipient: Sti-Yu-Ka
  6. New Club of the Year Award presented by Gina Santapaola - 2020 Class Secretary
    1. Recipient: Art for Activism
  7. Unsung Hero Awards presented by Jeff Stern - VP of Campus Operations
    1. Recipients:
      1. SCTV3: Jacob Johnson
      2. Health Science Club: Sam Cominelli
      3. Springfield Student Newspaper: Joe Arruda
      4. History Club: Christian Ormsby
      5. Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Sam Nelson
      6. Y Club: Brianna D'Haiti
      7. Campus Activities Board: Becky Bussell
      8. Vocal Pride: Tia DiBlase
      9. Best of Broadway: Lilyan Foster
      10. SEED: Suraji Omoru
      11. Men of Excellence: Chad Toussaint
      12. Art Club: Kayden DeFriesse
      13. Best Buddies:  Emily Frazier
  8. Club/Organization of the Year Award presented by Avery Pedro - VP of Clubs and Organizations
    1. Recipient: Fellowship of Christan Athletes
  9. Adviser of the Year Award presented by Alex Goslin  - 2020 Student Trustee
    1. Recipient: Debra Burnett as the advisor for Communication Disorders.
  10. Closing by Avery Pedro 

Springfield College is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational institution founded in 1885. Approximately 4,100 students, including 2,500 full-time undergraduate students, study at its main campus in Springfield, Mass., and at its regional campuses across the country. Springfield College inspires students through the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy – educating in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others.