Saint Paul College would like to congratulate the
Hubbs Center class of 2017! At a ceremony on Thursday, June 1, five Hubbs Center graduates were presented with scholarships of over $1000. Three of those students plan to attend Saint Paul College in the fall. Badiatu Batterman, originally from Sierra Leone and Fatoumata Jallow, originally from the Gambia-West Africa, will study Surgical Technology. Wah Htoo, originally from Burma, will study Computer Animation.
The Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning is an adult education facility located in the heart of Saint Paul's Frogtown-Midway communities. In addition to quality classroom instruction, exciting events provide an opportunity for learners to pursue academic and workforce goals. The mission of the Hubbs Center is to provide adults with educational opportunities to acquire and improve literacy skills necessary to be self-sufficient and to participate effectively as productive workers, family members, and citizens. Educational services are available to adults who want to improve their basic skills, earn a GED, prepare for employment or post-secondary education, or learn English.
Congratulations! We can’t wait to see you at Saint Paul College in the fall!
Hubbs Center Scholarship Recipients. From left to right: Wah Htoo, Fatoumata Jallow, and Badiatu Batterman