Pamela Kedev

Class of 2013

 Pam Kedev first started taking classes at Clackamas when she was a sophomore at Clackamas Middle College. When she graduated from high school, she had already earned 100 college credits! She could have graduated with an associate’s degree at that time, but she decided to switch majors from science to business and graduated in June with her associate’s degree.

While at CCC, Pam made the most of her experience, serving as promotions officer for the Associated Student Government. She worked more than 20 hours a week at a job while earning a 3.4 grade point average. She was one of two CCC students named to the All Oregon Academic Team, representing outstanding community colleges from around the state. Members of the All Oregon Academic Team were honored in Salem with Governor John Kitzhaber. Each student on the team earned a $1,000 scholarship to an Oregon university.

Pam is heading to PSU where she plans to continue her business studies, focusing on supply and logistics management. 

Pamela Kedev

I am Clackamas.

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