KeBrina Joyner, administrative assistant in Student Support Services at Paul D. Camp Community College, captured first place in an essay contest held at Norfolk State University.
A Capron resident and full-time student at NSU, Joyner competed with approximately 25 other entries, some of which were submitted by graduate students. The contest was held in honor of American Education Week (Nov. 18 to 22).
“My essay is about the model of my future classroom,” said Joyner. The work is titled, “Mrs. Joyner’s Classroom Community.” Joyner is earning a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education K-3 and will graduate from NSU in May 2015.