WACS Graduates

Numerous women have taken their education to the next step pursuing master’s and even doctoral degrees.

Since its inception, the Women and Children Succeeding program has had over 150 graduates from the program with a certificate, technical degree, or bachelor’s degree. Read below to find out more about WACS’s most recent graduates.
  • Lucilla Cooper

    Lucilla Cooper graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing on May 14, 2016.

  • Alexis Bryant

    Alexis Bryant is a recent graduate of both TriCounty Technical College and the WACS Program. She wrote the touching tale that follows about her experience and how much it meant to her family. “When I entered the WACS program I was very scared and emotionally alone. My mom’s best friend teaches at Tri-County Technical College, […]

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    Paris Mgbo

    Meet Paris Mgbo   Paris’s WACS Mentor, former WACS Graduate Laneika Musalini, described the rewards of being a mentor. To read, please CLICK HERE.  

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    Stephanie Robinson

    Meet Stephanie Robinson, a recent graduate from Clemson University and the WACS program. We are SO proud of you, Stephanie! Below, please read about her accomplishments in her own words. “Graduating for me has been nothing short of a BIG DEAL. It was a big accomplishment and an even bigger chance for changing the lives […]

  • Ashley Hall and Kristi Graduation 2015

    Ashley Hall

    Meet Ashley Hall, a recent Clemson University Graduate and WACS participant. She is pictured here with AIM Executive Director, Kristi King-Brock. In 2010, Ashley Hall and her family fell on hard times. Her husband’s business lost its footing, and they were faced with decisions they had not had to make before. They were running out […]