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CCO 2015 Awards: Outstanding Graduate in Business


Recipient: Christopher Anthony Johnston, triOS College Business Technology Healthcare
 

When Christopher graduated from Honours Business Administration from triOS College in 2014, not only did he receive the Perfect Attendance Award and Highest Academic Achievement Award, he was also Class of 2014 Valedictorian. In addition, he was a Student Ambassador, which included donating his time for events and mentoring other Ambassadors.


“[Chris] showed remarkable leadership abilities and initiative in the classroom and he even initiated an interview workshop to help other graduates gain employment,” said Anne Zakoor-Miller, Windsor Campus Director.
While in school, Chris was a Restaurant Manager at Tim Hortons.Since graduating, Chris has secured a position as Operations Manager for the company.


“[Chris] has always been an employee that I could trust to get the job done. I value the hard work he puts in each day...his hard work and dedication is unmatched by no other,” wrote Guy Pritchard, Tim Hortons franchisee.


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