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Our CADD diploma program in Mobile continues to take pride in their talented, career-focused graduates. Here’s a profile of another Mobile “CADD grad” who made a career change and found her calling after graduating in November of 2011. Check out her inspiring story — and her thoughts about our program!
Our CADD diploma program in Mobile is proud of the fine caliber of graduates it has produced. Here’s a profile of one Mobile “CADD grad” who has found his future in the industry after graduating in August of 2013. Check out his incredibly inspiring story!
Two Mobile Computer-Aided Design and Drafting College Graduates Are Company Leaders at Star Aviation
It’s always very rewarding and heartwarming to hear about Remington College graduates who have gone on to make an impact in their field. Read about a great Remington College success story in Mobile by clicking the article link!
Our Fort Worth Campus student success stories have hit a new milestone, as soon-to-be Digital Graphic Art graduate Jacob Crozier recently became the Campus’s 200th “shadow box honoree.” And Jacob isn’t the first – or even the second – Crozier family member to experience success at Remington College. Read more about the Crozier family’s legacy at Fort Worth by clicking the article link!
Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Graduate David Ladner Reflects on His Remington College Experience
David Ladner thought his life was over in 2005, after doctors told him he would never be able to work again in his field of welding after an on-the-job injury that required a complete hip replacement and back surgery. But his story is one of strength, perseverance, reinvention — and overcoming the odds. Click the story link to learn more about David’s journey toward a new education and future in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design in Mobile, Alabama….
Creative designs and an opportunity to showcase and market one’s skills and get useful feedback. That’s what was on display in full force at our Fort Worth Campus during a recent T-shirt design competition, conducted by our Digital Graphic Art (DGA) Department to benefit the American Cancer Society’s “Relay For Life” event. Fourteen DGA students entered, and ballots were collected from staff and faculty to determine the winner. Click the article link to find out who won and check out the winning entry!