BY KELBY CLARK
Walter Yurcik is a calm, collected hard worker with an infectious sense of humor. These qualities have allowed him to stand out among his fellow members in the Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Kappa Kappa chapter and earn the title of “Member of the Month” for January.
Yurcik enrolled in County College of Morris as a computer science major with the intent of learning more about his field of study and achieving a higher level of education.
In October 2013, Yurcik became involved with the Phi Theta Kappa organization, regularly attending member meetings. He was officially inducted in November 2013, and he has since volunteered at many of the chapter’s on-campus events.
“I enjoy being part of the Alpha Kappa Kappa chapter due to the amazing, talented, diverse and academic-excellent students,” Yurcik said. “During my free time, which is limited, I usually think about how I can spread the word about Phi Theta Kappa around campus, as well as to potential students who might be interested in attending CCM.”
Yurcik aspires to become president of the Ambassadors Club and obtain an associate degree.