Davis College Attends OMACCS Workshop
Davis College’s President Diane Brunner stands between OMACCS’ Board Members after receiving the Dr. Max Lerner Distinguished Service Award.

The Ohio-Michigan Association of Career Colleges and Schools (OMACCS) held their annual workshop this year in Columbus, Ohio on November 11, 2022. OMACCS’ goal is to help graduating high school seniors further their education. OMACCS also works to support and teach staff and faculty in participating colleges how to serve students as best they can. The long-standing association has been helping colleges in Ohio and Michigan for over 40 years. This year’s annual workshop featured a variety of speakers educating attendees on how to be optimal faculty and staff for both coworkers and students. It was an honor to see Davis College’s President Diane Brunner celebrate her last year as Board Director for OMACCS. The award ceremony was quite memorable for Davis College. Kelley Colston, instructor, earned the Outstanding Faculty Award, Nancy Powers was recognized as Outstanding Financial Aid Director for the second year in a row, and President Diane Brinner was honored with the 2022 Dr. Max Lerner Distinguished Service Award. They, along with the rest of the Davis College faculty and staff, have been instrumental in making 2022 a remarkable academic year. Grateful for the opportunity to learn, grow, and recognize colleagues, the Davis College team looks forward to participating in next year’s OMACCS workshop.

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