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National Newsletter (June 17, 2013)
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June 17, 2013


Veteran Graduate Plans to Give Back

Steven Himes decided to attend National College while in his 60's for a solemn, simple reason. "My wife died in 2011," he said quietly after the ceremony. "I did this for her."

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Dayton Area Campus Recognizes Graduates

Approximately 75 graduates from the Dayton Area Campus received their degrees and diplomas at the 2013 commencement ceremony, held at the James S. Trent Arena in Kettering on Friday evening, May 31st.

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Cincinnati Campus Presents Degrees and Diplomas

The Cincinnati Campus recognized its Class of 2013 during commencement exercises held on Saturday, June 1st at the Tri-County Assembly of God.

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Surgical Technology Students Observe Pediatric Surgeries at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Students in the surgical technology program at the Youngstown Campus recently took advantage of an opportunity to visit the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.

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OhioHealth Named Distinguished Community Employer

The Columbus Campus recently awarded a Distinguished Community Employer plaque to OhioHealth, a system of non-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organizations in Central Ohio.

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STAT Imaging Solutions Has Found Qualified Employees from National's Medical Billing and Coding Program

The Nashville Campus has named STAT Imaging Solutions, LLC, as a distinguished community employer for its exceptional support of career education and National College graduates.

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Congressman Goodlatte Meets Students and Staff at the Lynchburg Campus

United States Congressman Bob Goodlatte, who represents Virginia's 6th district, recently visited the Lynchburg Campus to meet with students, faculty, and staff, and learn more about career training programs available at National College.

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Mother and Daughter Accept Bachelor's Degrees Together at Graduation Ceremony

Shelia Jeffress recently graduated from the business administration-management bachelor's degree program from the Danville, Virginia Campus with her daughter Erica Chappell.

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Students Learn from Health Information Management Professional

Health information management professional Megan Beasley was a recent guest speaker in instructor Sharon Harding's coding classes.

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Cybersecurity Piques Interest – Student Has New Career Goal

Felicia Payton is the first student to enroll in the new cybersecurity bachelor's degree program at the Harrisonburg Campus.

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Army Veteran Builds Dual Careers and Advocates For National College

Antonia Wells, a U.S. Army veteran, who earned her associate's degree at the Richmond Campus and her bachelor's degree in business administration-management from the Lexington Campus, recently participated in "Hill Day" in Washington, D.C.

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Veteran Finds Many Exciting Career Opportunities with Education

When Norman Castaneda visited the Florence Campus for a job fair last year, he was so impressed with the campus that he came back to talk with the admissions department to learn more about the programs offered at the college.

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Students Hear How They Can Use Their Education from Successful Graduate

On Thursday, June 6th, Nancy Masden, a medical assisting graduate, spoke to medical classes at the Louisville Campus about kidney disease, its prevention, and treatment.

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Students Learn Valuable Tips in Résumé Writing Workshop

On Tuesday, June 11th, Elizabeth Walker, career center director at the Richmond Campus, held a résumé writing workshop for students that are preparing for their job search.

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Graduate Lands His Dream Job as a Software Developer

Graduate Nathan Valeu is working in his dream job as a software developer for LaFayette Engineering, a company that provides design and installation of controls for conveyor systems.

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IT Students Learn from Local Expert

On June 4th, students in instructor Stacy Burkett's Implementing and Troubleshooting OS Technology class heard from guest speaker Chip Taylor, who is a respected senior systems engineer for PJ Networks Computer services.

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