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Meet Our Experiential Learners of the Month

At Keuka College, we not only practice what we preach. We reward it.


Keuka College established the Experiential Learner of the Month program to honor high school students whose commitment to experiential, hands-on learning has made a difference in their communities.

To learn about our Experiential Learner of the Month receipients and to see the TV commercials they're featured in, browse the list below.

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Marcus Whitman’s Mary Leet Selected Top Experiential Learner

Stanley resident receives full fellowship; honored at Board of Trustees’ meeting.

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Experiential Learner of the Month Sean Mullen Exceeds Expectations

Experiential Learner of the Month for December Sean Mullen is a difference maker in school and in his community.

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Marcus Whitman Senior Honored

Mary Leet earns Experiential Learner of the Month Award for November.

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Top Student, Community Activist Honored

East Syracuse Minoa senior receives Experiential Learner of the Month Award for October.

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No Stranger to Hands-on Experience

Letchworth senior Molly Greene earns Experiential Learner of the Month Award.

Keuka College President Joseph G. Burke and Willie Jones III, the 2010-11 Experiential Learner of the Year

Willie Jones III is Top Experiential Learner

School of the Arts senior recognized at Board of Trustees meeting.

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“She Brings Energy to Everything She Does”

Indian River High School senior Savannah Fuller selected Experiential Learner of the Month.

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Iroquois High Senior Honored for Academics, Activism

Elma resident Randall Gyergyek selected Experiential Learner of the Month for December.

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Bloomfield Senior Enjoys Helping Others

Jeffery Miller selected Experiential Learner of the Month for November.

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Award Winner will Pursue PT

Willie Jones III, a Rochester resident and senior at School of the Arts, received Keuka College’s Experiential Learner of the Month Award for October. Keuka, the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning, established the program to honor high school students