Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College adult learning instructor Gail Sperry recently received an award from the Oklahoma Career and Technical Education Equity Council for Outstanding Instructor of Non-Traditional Students at Making it Work Day at the Capitol.
OkCTEEC represents staff throughout Oklahoma who have worked hard to mentor students, train them in new careers, and ultimately assist them in becoming employed.
The Outstanding Instructor of Non-Traditional Students award recognizes individuals who play a vital role in helping others overcome barriers and give back to their community.
“Gail’s passion for lifelong learning is impressive,” said NEO Adult Learning Center director Cheryle Martin. “She works hard on behalf of her students and does all she can to help them work through any issues getting in the way of their success.”
Sperry works at the Adult Learning Center at the NEO Grove Center in Grove, Oklahoma. The center provides free GED and HiSET classes to help adult students prepare for their high school equivalency certificate.
Pictured (left to right): District Senator Tom Woods, Gail Sperry, Vice Chancellor for Student Preparation and Special Programs with Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Dr. Goldie Thompson.
For more information, please contact Cheryle Martin at email@example.com or 918-540-6292.