FYE Peer Leaders



Rashelle-JordanAfter serving in the United States Coast Guard for five years, Rashelle Jordan was looking for help transitioning back into school.  She’s found that help at Greenville Technical College, where she’s beginning the journey toward becoming an Elementary School teacher.  A great start in her transition was her College Skills class, which she recommends because, “You will learn so much about yourself! It will help you get organized and learn how to be successful.”

Timothy-NortonTimothy Norton came to Greenville Technical College with a will to be successful and a willingness to work for it. “College is not meant to be easy, nothing that is produces SUCCESS will be,” he believes. “Those who are willing to work hard WANT something out of life, but those who chose to work hard GET something out of life!”



Imari-RobinsonImari Robinson knew what she wanted, and didn’t want, right out of high school. She knew that a college’s accreditation was important for pursuing a four-year degree, but “I didn’t want to go too far from home and come back with a lot of debt on my shoulders, so Greenville Technical College became the perfect match for all of my needs.”