Student Spotlight: Meet CEC Parker Senior, Ethan Wolfe!

Student Spotlight: Ethan Wolfe. Ethan is sitting on a rock in front of a mountain lake.

Meet CEC Parker senior, Ethan Wolfe! He has been with Colorado Early Colleges since his 9th grade year and will be graduating this year with his high school diploma, associate of science, and EMT certification. Ethan says he is most grateful for the opportunities CEC provides to customize your education towards your goals, interests, and needs. But second to the jumpstart on his college education, he has enjoyed the small school environment and getting to know his classmates that really care about each other and their dreams.

Heavily involved at CEC, Ethan is Student Council President, Vice President of National Honor Society, President of Interact/Young Rotary, a Founding Member of Mu Alpha Theta, and a participant in the International Thespian Society. He has been a part of planning Wish Week for the last 3 years. He loves being a part of the theater program and will be playing Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors this semester.

Off campus, he also works at the Parker Rec Center as a head lifeguard. In his role as head lifeguard he is responsible for teaching swim lessons and training new lifeguards. With his limited spare time, Ethan also volunteers every week with his church: setting up, running the tech and media, drumming in the band, and tearing down.

After graduation, he is headed to Cedarville University in Ohio to study Civil Engineering. His ultimate goal is to become an Urban and Transportation Planner and work in developing countries. Ethan has always been interested in civil engineering and is passionate about sustainable and efficient transportation and public transportation.

A fun fact about Ethan, is that he is a dual citizen of both the United States and the United Kingdom.

Ethan leaves quite a legacy at Colorado Early Colleges and has made our community a brighter place. We cannot wait to see what he accomplishes in college and his future career. Good luck, Ethan!

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