Joseph Mason’s been busy at TCC. He’s a True Blue Lead, involved in numerous student organizations, such as the Student Government Association, and was instrumental to getting the Metro Campus food pantry open and running smoothly. After graduation from TCC, Joseph plans on attending Oklahoma State University and pursuing his bachelor’s in Natural Resource and Ecology Management.
What is the best thing about your college experience so far?
The ability to connect with peers through leadership events and organizations.
What has been your favorite class and why?
Kristin Marangoni's Composition II course and Matt Smith's Chemistry I and II. These two courses, though vastly different, challenged me in a way that allowed me to understand the subject materials and engage in the process.
Has anyone from TCC helped with your success? If so, who and how?
David Adams and Kristin Marangoni have been great support and influence in my progression as a student and young professional.
What’s been the best part of being a True Blue Leader?
It’s opened a lot of doors for me, from more scholarship opportunities to networking with people who can help me through any problems I might have. True Blue Leads gives you as a student a greater role in TCC and enhances your College experience.
Going to school doesn’t necessarily have to just be going to class. There are so many groups to get involved with. True Blue Leads gives students incentive to be more active within the College.