Two Fort Drum students featured for their outstanding service

Columbia College of Missouri-Fort Drum

Dorian Matias-Williams
Photo courtesy of "ACS Green Press"
The Fort Drum campus is pleased to put the spotlight on two students who have been featured in local publications. The February edition of the Fort Drum Army Community Service's "Green Press" newsletter highlights student Dorian Matias-Williams. Matias-Williams, a military spouse and mother of three, is pursuing a bachelor's in criminal justice at the Fort Drum campus and has been working at ACS since October 2012. Click here and select the ACS Green Press graphic to read about her contributions to Army Community Service and the USO, including the Salsa dance class she teaches to help military spouses stay active. See page 5 of the newsletter for the story.

Jeramiah Witt and family
Photo courtesy of "The Mountaineer Online"

Sgt. 1st Class Jeramiah Witt, senior installation chaplain’s noncommissioned officer in charge, has been showcased in Fort Drum's "The Mountaineer Online" newsletter. Working on his bachelor's in psychology at the Fort Drum campus, Witt is a veteran, military spouse (his wife also is in the Army) and father of twin daughters. Click here to read about his life experiences in the Army as both a soldier and chaplain's assistant.

Congratulations and thanks are due to both students for their efforts in serving both country and community!