York Tech's Boger Named the Winner of the Carolina Careers Governor's Award
July 8, 2010
ROCK HILLóAt a ceremony in Greenville last week, York Technical College student Phyllis Boger received the 2009 Carolina Careers Governorís Award for the Student of the Year in the two-year college category. Bogerís accomplishment marks the seventh time since 2000 that the award has gone to a York Tech student.
Boger graduated in May with an associate degree in Administrative Office Technology.
In addition to being a good student during her time at York Tech, Boger also completed a hugely successful internship with the City of Rock Hillís City Administration Department, and still found time to volunteer extensively on campus and off.
Boger has volunteered for the American Cancer Societyís Relay for Life, the American Cancer Societyís Making Strides for Breast Cancer, the Avon Cancer Walk, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and the National Kidney Foundation. Her Relay for Life team raised
more than $4,300 last year.
On campus, Boger volunteered in the collegeís keyboarding computer lab and with Student Activities. She also served on the Deanís Council and was an active member of Phi Beta Lambda (Future Business Leaders of America).
Carolina Careers is a network of career education and work-based learning programs and organizations that work together to create opportunities for students of all ages, from elementary school through college, preparing them for success in the workplace.
For more information, contact York Technical Collegeís Cooperative Work Experience and Apprenticeship Coordinator Ashley Segal at (803) 981-7244 or
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