Bank of America Charitable Foundation made a $3,000 donation to Tri-County Technical College’s Connect to College (C2C) program. Here, Annette Proulx, wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch in Clemson, second from left, presents the check to Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation. Pictured with them are, from left, Courtney White, director of development; Cathy Strasser, program resource associate for C2C, and Gary Duncan, Sr., CRPC vice president, wealth management advisor, Merrill Lynch, and a member of Tri-County’s Foundation Board. The funds are designated for textbooks for students in the program that meets the diverse needs of area students by offering academically capable youth between the ages of 17 and 20 the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school diploma and college credit, up to and including a postsecondary credential. The first of its kind in South Carolina, C2C is a program for students who, for a variety of reasons, have faced difficult challenges in traditional high school environments.


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Bank of America Charitable Foundation made a $3,000 donation to Tri-County Technical College’s Connect to College (C2C) program. Here, Annette Proulx, wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch in Clemson, second from left, presents the check to Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation. Pictured with them are, from left, Courtney White, director of development; Cathy Strasser, program resource associate for C2C, and Gary Duncan, Sr., CRPC vice president, wealth management advisor, Merrill Lynch, and a member of Tri-County’s Foundation Board. The funds are designated for textbooks for students in the program that meets the diverse needs of area students by offering academically capable youth between the ages of 17 and 20 the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school diploma and college credit, up to and including a postsecondary credential. The first of its kind in South Carolina, C2C is a program for students who, for a variety of reasons, have faced difficult challenges in traditional high school environments.

Bank of America Charitable Foundation made a $3,000 donation to Tri-County Technical College’s Connect to College (C2C) program. Here, Annette Proulx, wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch in Clemson, second from left, presents the check to Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation. Pictured with them are, from left, Courtney White, director of development; Cathy Strasser, program resource associate for C2C, and Gary Duncan, Sr., CRPC vice president, wealth management advisor, Merrill Lynch, and a member of Tri-County’s Foundation Board. The funds are designated for textbooks for students in the program that meets the diverse needs of area students by offering academically capable youth between the ages of 17 and 20 the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school diploma and college credit, up to and including a postsecondary credential. The first of its kind in South Carolina, C2C is a program for students who, for a variety of reasons, have faced difficult challenges in traditional high school environments.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tctcbankofamerica.jpgBank of America Charitable Foundation made a $3,000 donation to Tri-County Technical College’s Connect to College (C2C) program. Here, Annette Proulx, wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch in Clemson, second from left, presents the check to Grayson Kelly, executive director of Tri-County Technical College’s Foundation. Pictured with them are, from left, Courtney White, director of development; Cathy Strasser, program resource associate for C2C, and Gary Duncan, Sr., CRPC vice president, wealth management advisor, Merrill Lynch, and a member of Tri-County’s Foundation Board. The funds are designated for textbooks for students in the program that meets the diverse needs of area students by offering academically capable youth between the ages of 17 and 20 the opportunity to simultaneously earn their high school diploma and college credit, up to and including a postsecondary credential. The first of its kind in South Carolina, C2C is a program for students who, for a variety of reasons, have faced difficult challenges in traditional high school environments. Courtesy photo
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