Clifton Forge School of the Arts (CFSOTA) receives Chancellor’s Award

cfsota_awardThe Clifton Forge School of the Arts, represented by Mrs. Helen Kostel (second from left), was honored as the recipient of one of only four state-wide Virginia Community College System’s Chancellor’s Awards for Workforce Development, during the annual VCCS HIRE Ed Conference, held at the Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs December 12. The CFSOTA won the award in the category of “Community Services” for its partnership with Dabney S. Lancaster Community College in offering credit and non-credit courses. From left: Gary Keener, DSLCC Vice President of Continuing Education and Workforce Services; Mrs. Kostel; DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone; and George Kostel, who also attended the awards ceremony. VCCS Chancellor Dr. Glenn DuBois presented the award to Mrs. Kostel, who serves as coordinator of planning and development for the CFSOTA. (Photo Courtesy of Virginia’s Community Colleges)