Snead State Students Selected to All-Alabama Academic Team

4/12/2019

Two sophomores were chosen to represent Snead State Community College during the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 19, in Prattville.

Hannah Black of Arab and Abby Williams of Crossville will be among 50 students representing two-year colleges within the Alabama Community College System. All-Alabama Academic Team students are nominated by their respective colleges. Students selected must possess a minimum GPA of 3.25, be involved in campus activities and have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours at their respective colleges. 

The daughter of Shannon and Beth Black, Hannah is the Student Government Association Governmental Relations Chair, the Recruitment Chair for the student Ambassadors, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa and New Union FCM. She is a volunteer with Hope Horses in Cullman. 

After graduating from Snead State, Hannah plans to major in Agricultural Communications when she transfers the Auburn University. Her goal is to work in marketing and recruiting for an agricultural company and eventually work for the USDA.

Abby is the daughter of Barry and Tammy Williams. She serves as the Vice President of the National Society of Leadership and Success and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Kappa Delta. She is also a student Ambassador and a Presidential Scholar. She received a Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship and a Presidential Transfer Scholarship. She volunteered for a Can-a-Thon, the Christmas Coalition and Operation Christmas Child and is a member of Liberty United Baptist Church. 

Abby plans to transfer from Snead State to the University of Alabama in Birmingham where she wants to continue her path to becoming a Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in Pediatric Oncology. Her goal is to work at Children’s Hospital with aspirations to own a pediatric clinic.

The All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Program was founded in 1995 to complement the All-USA National Academic Team Program sponsored by USA Today, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and the American Association of Community Colleges.

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