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Tennessean.com: Red Cross reaches out to minority blood donors

Tennessean.com: Red Cross reaches out to minority blood donors

“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: Teenager Overcomes Sickness to Pursue His Dream

Fox16.com: Teenager Overcomes Sickness to Pursue His Dream

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.

Bradenton.Patch.com: Personal Trainer’s Mission is to Help Others Achieve Their Dreams

Bradenton.Patch.com: Personal Trainer’s Mission is to Help Others Achieve Their Dreams

Bradenton.Patch.com wrote an inspirational article on Remington College – Tampa Campus graduate Israel Ortiz. Click the article link to read how Israel’s mission to control his diabetes led to his graduation from our Personal Fitness Trainer program, the loss of over 70 pounds, and the opening of his own business….

WMCTV.com: Cuts for a Cause in Memphis

WMCTV.com: Cuts for a Cause in Memphis

WMCTV.com in Whitehaven wrote a “Community Spirit” article about Remington College – Memphis Campus “Cuts for Cause.” Click the article link to learn how our campus was featured, read quotes from students who were interviewed for the piece, and see photos of the donations….

Blog.AL.com: JJP presents “Fences,” a drama about the African-American experience

Blog.AL.com: JJP presents “Fences,” a drama about the African-American experience

Director of Admissions at our Mobile Campus, Brent Malveaux, has made his stage debut in the play “Fences,” a Pulitzer- and Tony- award-winning play that deals with one African-American family’s struggles with personal and racial issues. Click the link to read an article on Blog.AL.com that details Mr. Malveaux’s part and see his photo on the Playbill cover….

MesquiteISD.org – John Horn High School Receives $2,000 Worth of School Supplies from Remington College – Dallas Campus

MesquiteISD.org – John Horn High School Receives $2,000 Worth of School Supplies from Remington College – Dallas Campus

The students and staff of John Horn High School are the winners of the Remington College – Dallas Campus Adopt Our School program. Check out the great article featured on Mesquite Independent School District’s website, with photos of the students with their high-tech purchases at http://www.mesquiteisd.org/.

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