Four Bear Wins Student Volunteer Award
The Montana Student Volunteer Award is presented through a partnership between the Governor’s Office of Community Service and Montana Campus Compact campuses. Luane Four Bear of Fort Peck Community College was one of 12 to receive this award.
Honorees of this annual award are college students across the state who demonstrate dedication to service in their communities while pursuing a college degree or certificate.
“Montana’s college students contribute meaningful service that makes a difference in our communities and adds value to their education” says Sarah R. Sadowski, director of the Governor’s Office of Community Service. “These students are glimmering lights in our bright future, each one is well deserving of a Student Volunteer Award.”
This year, 12 student volunteers across Montana were recognized by their school during a virtual ceremony April 26. Each winner will receive a certificate signed by Gov. Gianforte and their college president.
Other 2022 Montana Student Volunteer Award winners were Aaniiih Nakoda College, Morgan Johnson; Carroll College, Alexa Dreyer; Flathead Valley Community College, Nadine Kemp; Great Falls College MSU, Savana Jensen; Miles Community College, Kryton Gackle; Montana State University, Allie Hinds; Montana State University Billings, Luke Manthey; Montana State University Northern, Freeman Voyles; Montana Technological University, Johannah Forsberg; Salish Kootenai College, Jade Dempsey; and University of Montana, Sam Sullivan.