Meet Mel Scott.
You’ll find her weekdays helping students at TCC’s new Student Resource and Empowerment Center (SREC).
“I’m passionate about helping students build a better life for themselves and their families,” she said. “We’re here to help students thrive while breaking down any barriers that could impede their education.”
Scott said she’s often surprised that students just don’t know what services and financial resources are available to them. “We make it easy to find those resources so they can save money for other things like books and childcare,” she said.
The Student Resource and Empowerment Center includes a Single Stop site that connects students with a variety of free and comprehensive social services and financial resources to help them stay focused on their academic goals. The college-wide initiative includes case managers on every TCC campus.
The SREC also has a Career Collection on every campus, where students can pick out a free, professional outfit for that important interview, internship or leadership opportunity.
Scott is a TCC alumna who is working on her Ph.D. in human services at Liberty University. She has 25 years of experience helping people do well in every area of their lives. She recently returned to TCC to become the lead case manager for the SREC.
Interested in learning more? Want to meet with Scott in person or via Zoom? Reach out to her by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 757-822-1175. Or fill out the Single Stop benefit screener, and Scott will get back to you.