Every September, SigEp gives back to the Conway community in the annual Apraxia Walk. This event helps raise awareness and help celebrate the efforts, persistence, and resilience of children with apraxia. On their special day, these children get a chance to befront and center!
Not only does this event promote a positive culture in the Conway community, but it helps instill the components of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love. Philanthropy events like this is how SigEp builds balanced men to be leaders at their university and in their family.
Named among this year’s “20 in Their 20s” class are two Central Arkansas SigEp alumni: Jacob Robinson, ’13, and Lance Stokes, ’10. These brothers were chosen by an internal committee reviewing more than 300 nominations with an eye toward accomplishments, responsibilities and people clearly ahead of their time.
Jacob Robinson, Central Arkansas ’13
Degrees: Bachelor’s of health sciences degree with an emphasis in health services administration & Master’s in health services administration
Occupation: Assistant Administrator, Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway
President Jacob Wickliffe VP of Programming Corey Parks VP of Finance Austin Oberlag VP of Recruitment Michael Counts VP of Mem Dev Rick Sisk VP of Communications Matthew Himstedt Chaplain Jarod Wickliffe
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