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On Thursday, September 20, 2018 Palau Community College held a swearing-in & induction ceremony for new Student Trustee & Officers/Senators of the Associated Students of Palau Community College (ASPCC) in the Assembly Hall. Attending the ceremony were the college staff, faculty, and students as well as friends of the student leaders. The ceremony began with welcoming remarks from PCC Vice President of Administration & Finance Jay Olegeriil. On behalf of the college administration, Vice President Olegeriil welcomed the new Student Trustee & ASPCC Officers/Senators to the college leadership team. He emphasized the significance of being good role model as student leaders, especially in promoting the welfare of the student body. He further lamented on the need to have a meeting with ASPCC student leaders to discuss some of the challenges that we face as PCC community. Vice President Olegeriil expressed congratulations to the Student Trustee, ASPCC Officers and Senators on behalf of the college President, Administration, faculty, and staff. PCC Dean of Students Sherman Daniel followed with an introduction of the student leaders. He was followed by the administration of the Oaths of Offices for the Student Trustee and ASPCC Officers/Senators. The Oath of Office for the ASPCC Officers was administered by PCC Vice President Olegeriil. PCC Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Billy G. Kuartei administered the Oath of Office for new Student Trustee.
ASPCC President Abel Noah was given the honor of speaking on behalf of the student body leadership. He encouraged unity through a willingness to represent & support the needs of every student at the college through open-door policy. The purpose of the association is to support the general welfare of the student body.
Closing remarks were given by PCC Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Billy G. Kuartei. He congratulate ASPCC Officers and Senators and new Student Trustee on behalf of Chairman Masa-Aki N. Emesiochl and the entire Board of Trustees.
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