Tech honor student graduates debt-free

May 12, 2014

A Tri-County Tech student from Seneca may follow a hectic schedule, but he managed to graduate as an honors student, debt-free, with a degree in automotive technology. And Jeremy Davies is not finished learning. He’s headed to Ferris State University for a bachelor’s degree. At Tech, Davies attended classes during the day and then moved on to put in an additional 20 hours a week on a job at BMW. The Seneca resident says a door to the future was opened for him through the Sue Lawrence Gignilliat and Thomas McCutcheon Gignilliat Scholarship he received through the College Foundation. He saw an automotive technology curriculum brochure at the Hamilton Career Center and became interested right away in enrolling in a two-year program at Tech’s Pendleton campus.

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