The CCDS would like to congratulate the following individuals, who are Scholarship Award Winners:
CourtneyShelley, Washougal WA:
Courtney Shelley is currently a junior student in the Clark College Dental Hygiene Program. She has lived in Washougal, WA her entire life and graduated from Washougal High School in 2016. During her senior year of high school, she had the opportunity to job shadow at a local dentist office, where she had been a patient for many years. It was through this experience that she gained an interest in dental hygiene. After graduating from high school, she worked as a hygiene assistant before being accepted into the program at Clark College. She is grateful to be a part of such an amazing program and be able to continue living in the Clark County area. Courtney looks forward to her future in this career field and serving our community as a dental hygienist.
Jessica Macomb, Vancouver WA
Jessica Macomb is currently a junior student in the Clark College Dental Hygiene Program! She has lived in Vancouver, Washington her entire life and is proud to have been able to watch this city grow into what it has become. She graduated from Skyview High School and attended Washington State University (Go Cougs) before being accepted into the amazing dental hygiene program at Clark College. With the help of her family, instructors and scholarships received, Jessica is eager to give back to Clark County after graduation by working as a dental hygienist for our community.
Kendra Gibb, Vancouver WA
Kendra Gibb is currently a junior student in the Clark College Dental Hygiene Program. She became interested in dentistry shortly after graduating Evergreen high school in 2014. Once she knew she wanted to pursue dental hygiene, she became a dental assistant. From then on, she really developed a passion for all things dental.
Kendra is really excited to be where she is and for her future as a dental hygienist. She has really loved growing up here in Clark County as well as working with our community, so it is her hope to be very active in the volunteer space after graduation so she can give back to the community she has learned and benefitted so much from.