On May 30, President Stan Shoun, Ranken Wentzville Site Director Jeremy Sutton and Ranken Wentzville Information Technology student Tim Shields attended the Partners for Progress of Greater St. Charles annual awards ceremony at the St. Charles Convention Center to accept the civic group’s Education Progress Award.
This award was given to Ranken for successfully opening the Wentzville campus in St. Charles County, breaking all expectations for the first year of operation, and announcing recent expansion plans in Wentzville, Mo. The Progress Awards honor businesses and organizations fostering measurable progress in St. Charles County.
Founded in 2001, the Partners for Progress of Greater St. Charles acts as a catalyst for change and economic growth in St. Charles County. Partners for Progress members include some of the area’s largest employers and influential civic leaders who are committed to meeting these objectives. Ranken Wentzville and Ranken Wentzville Site Director Jeremy Sutton recently joined the organization.