Zonta Awards Win for Woking College Students

May 18, 2018, 12:31 pm

Two Woking College students were presented this week with awards from Zonta International – an organisation that empowers and enhances the status of women around the World.

Second year student Daisy Smith won the overall District Zonta Award for Women in Public Affairs, and first year Jaylen Simons was the runner up. Daisy won her award for her outstanding commitment to voluntary work and charity, including completing a charity skydive. She received £250 and has been entered for the regional awards.

Daisy commented: “It’s nice to be recognised for my work by a fantastic organisation that works diligently all over the world. It’s also nice to know there is support and help available to me in the future if I need it”.

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