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Awards for Fast Track To Work

Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society, May 2008. Nominated by two Fast Track To Work students.

"All of you are great! Your support and smiling faces help so many students. Thank you for being such a resource! You all are greatly appreciated!"

"The FTTW office has been helpful in my success as a student at Cabrillo College. THe staff has been incredibly kind to me and has given me helpful advice on how to deal with day to day challenges. They have also been so kind to place me in their offices as a Student Aid. Thank you to everyone on the staff in the Fast Track To Work office. You are like an extension to my family. I love you guys!"


Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society, Gamma Phi Chapter, May 2008.

"This award is in recognition and appreciation of your remarkable dedication and overwhelming enthusiasm."


Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society, Gamma Phi Chapter, Certificate of Appreciation December 2007.

"In recognition of your tremendous dedication and enthusiasm From the bottom of our hearts, thank you."

Soroptimist International of Santa Cruz, May 2007.

"In recognition of outstanding work to improve the lives of other women."

The Santa Cruz County Workforce Investment Board awarded Fast Track for “Providing Outstanding Service to Participants.” This award prompted proclamations from the City of Watsonville, the Mayor of Santa Cruz, and the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors, as well as Certificates of Recognition from the California State Assembly and the United States Congress.


The Workforce Strategy Center commended Fast Track To Work for moving hundreds of welfare recipients into well paying jobs within 24 months, a timeframe that accommodates state and federal time-limits. The report found that community colleges offer the best route out of poverty.


Fast Track To Work was one of six programs in the nation commended for providing excellent access and retention services to students who are low-income working parents by The Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation in New York.


Dena Taylor, FTTW’s Program Manager, received the “Women Helping Women” Award from the Santa Cruz Soroptimists for her work at Cabrillo and in the community.


Catherine Lachance, FTTW Services Coordinator, received Cabrillo College’s Meritorious Award of Excellence for service to students and the community.


Alicia Hernandez, FTTW Program Specialist, received the Cabrillo College "Support Staff of the Month" award.


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