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View photos from the SAWDC Worlds of Opportunity 2012 Career Expo, held at the Mobile Civic Center in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Representatives from our Process Control Engineering Technology degree program were on hand to show middle school students how robotics work in this industry. Click the article link to learn more….
Our most popular Cosmetology and back-to-school promotion has struck a chord with popular bloggers for the third year in a row! Click the article link to see what a few bloggers had to say….
Singer AJ Green, stopped by Studio10 in Mobile, AL this week. He’s a spokesperson for our 3 Lives Blood Drive campaign, has been battling sickle cell disease for most of his life, and his treatment includes monthly blood transfusions. Green has performed for two presidents and shared the stage with Elton John, Celine Dion and Jennifer Hudson, and was in Mobile to sing the national anthem prior to a Mobile Bay Bears game. Click the article link to hear AJ’s interview…
Not only did AJ Green sing at the Mobile Bay Bears game, but our own Director of Career Services, Ms. Ellen Jones, gave an interview to Local15 News where she provided some key facts about how important it is to donate blood in the state of Alabama. Click the article link to read more…
“Last month, the Red Cross Tennessee Valley Region joined a national effort called Sickle Cell Sabbath to hold blood drives at local churches. Remington College’s Nashville Campus has been holding blood drives on campus for several years, but in 2011 it joined the 3 Lives campaign, a nationwide effort to increase the number of minority blood donors….” Click the article link to read the full story on Tenneessean.com about the most recent blood drive at our Nashville Campus.
Fox16.com in Little Rock recently covered a performance by AJ Green, the spokesperson of our very own “3 Lives” campaign. “AJ Green’s voice reflects his inner emotions of heart and soul. He travels around the country, singing before crowds – but suffering at the same time….” Click the article link to read more about AJ and his battle with Sickle Cell Disease.