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Women of Tomorrow

One of the most important things that we can do is to be a mentor to someone else. The Women of Tomorrow is a mentoring organization dedicated to the fostering of leadership skills for our female students.

Who Are the Scholarly Women of Tomorrow?

This organization seeks to improve the quality of life for female students at James Sprunt Community College.  By preparing female students for responsible citizenship and success, we will help transform our educational environment and strengthen the academic, professional, social, and economic development in our communities.  Monthly seminars are held to cover: goal setting, time management, career planning, budgeting, study skills, health issues and mentoring. 

In order to be a member of this organization, female students must be a full-time student and maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher.  They are also required to participate in community service projects throughout the school year on campus and throughout the community. 

Please contact Ashley Graham at (910) 275-6317/adgraham@jamessprunt.edu or Mary Ann Simmons at (910) 275-6320/masimmons@jamessprunt.edu for more information. 


Scholarly Women of Tomorrow – “Promoting scholarly women of success academically, professionally, and socially.”


Applications will be available from August 15th to August 28th and can be picked up from Ashley Graham or Mary Ann Simmons.  They are due by noon on Thursday, August 29th, 2019.  Our first Scholarly Women of Tomorrow meeting for the 2019/2020 school year will be on Monday, September 16th, 2019, at 12:05 pm in Hoffler 112.  


Mary Ann Simmons
Facililator of the Women of Tomorrow
School Age Education Instructor
Phone:  910.275.6320
Email:  masimmons@jamessprunt.edu

Ashley Graham
Facililator of the Women of Tomorrow
English Instructor
Phone:  910.275.6317
Email:  adgraham@jamessprunt.edu