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CCO 2014 Awards: Outstanding Graduate in IT


CCO 2014 Award for Outstanding Graduate in IT/Electronics

Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, triOS College Business Technology Healthcare

Nicholas graduated with honours from triOS College’s Video Game Design and Development and Internship Program in 2012. He was also selected as Valedictorian and received a perfect attendance award for never missing a day of class. Nicholas interned as an in-house programmer and was the first intern to work independently for clients. As a student, Nicholas organized events within the college to encourage participation and help others. According to the college’s Campus Director Lynda Eng, “this had a really big impact on the other students’ morale. Nicholas continued to be involved with college events after graduation when he was hired on as a Teaching Assistant. Nicholas is currently an Indie Video Game Developer and works for the independent game studio Gameloft as a Flash Scripter. He also released his own game on the App Store called “Make it Count.”


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