Logan Baker attended Thomas Edison High School in Elmira Heights, N.Y., but didn’t know what he’d like to do after graduation. It was recommended that he study pharmacy, but Logan felt otherwise. He chose to attend Corning Community College to discover his passions, and did so with help from the Presidential Scholarship program that allowed Logan to attend CCC tuition-free.
Now a second-year student at CCC, Logan is studying business administration in pursuit of a career in sports management.
“When I was a senior in high school and when I first started college, I didn’t know what I wanted to do. The classes I took here and the people I’ve met have helped me figure out what I want to do in the future,” Logan said.
Logan’s love for sports can be attributed to his athletic involvement in middle school and high school. His name was on rosters for baseball, hockey, football, track, and basketball.
When Logan isn’t planning his future with sports, he’s watching sports. He tries to attend all of the CCC Red Barons basketball games, plays pick-up hockey, and enjoys cheering on the Buffalo Bills, the Buffalo Sabres, and the New York Yankees.
“I’m pretty excited that things are coming together and I figured out what I would like to do. Attending college at Corning helped me form who I’d like to become in the future.”