CPTC Students Named to All-Washington Academic Team
Clover Park Technical College students Walker Mattson and Callie Dukett were selected to the 2015 All-Washington Academic Team.
Mattson and Dukett will be honored March 26 at a recognition ceremony held at South Puget Sound Community College.
Mattson maintained a 3.9 GPA in CPTC’s Computer Information Technology Program while also working two jobs. He has spent the last two years pursuing his interest in mobile application development and plans to work in the IT industry. He received the CPTC President’s Scholarship for Fall Quarter 2014.
Dukett’s passion for success and advancement in the IT industry was fueled in CPTC’s Computer Networking & Information Systems Security Program, where she is a 4.0 student. Dukett promotes women in information technology and strives to gain more experience through internships, volunteering and mentoring.
Dukett is an officer in CPTC’s Cyber Techs Club and cofounder of CPTC’s Open Source Users Group. She plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in information systems security.
The All-Washington Academic Team program recognizes and honors our state’s finest higher education students.
Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society for two-year colleges, initiated an All-USA Academic Team to recognize two-year college students for scholastic achievement and community and college service. In 1994, state-level academic teams were introduced. Students nominated to the All-USA Academic Team are automatically named to their state team. The All-Washington team was launched in 1996.
For more information on the All-Washington program, visit www.spscc.ctc.edu/allwa.