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It’s time for National Night Out in Shreveport, Louisiana and Remington College is proud to announce that we will be hosting the event on-campus! Join us October 2nd from 6pm to 8pm to build partnerships with our community. The event is free and the public is invited! Click the article link to read about the activities we’ll be hosting….
National Night Out started nearly three decades ago to build partnerships between communities and police to fight crime and promote safety. This year, Remington College – Shreveport Campus will be hosting National Night Out on-campus. The event provides families a variety of fun and interactive activities while also building safety awareness and strengthening anti-crime initiatives. Click the article link to learn which family-friendly activities will be taking place, and when you should stop by!
All it took was hearing about a local family’s losses due to fire, and our Shreveport Medical Assisting student Aundra Brisker stepped up to lend a hand. Learn more about how Aundra employed his leadership skills on Campus and the impact those efforts had on everyone involved by clicking the story link….
Governor Bobby Jindal has proclaimed March 24 as Medical Biller’s Day in Louisiana. The official proclamation states, in part, “Medical billers provide a much-needed service to doctors and other healthcare providers and provide a vital segment of the healthcare industry.”
Shreveport College Electronic Technology Instructor and Accomplished Musician Thomas Dewett Strikes a Chord with Students
Thomas Dewett’s musical talent has afforded him many opportunities to travel the world throughout the last 40 years. Now, as a one of our valued Shreveport College instructors, Mr. Dewett has two primary goals: to pass along his expertise in electronic technology and to share his musical knowledge with them….
Shreveport College Medical Assisting student Allysha Free-Lukasheay sent holiday wishes overseas to our country’s military personnel as recognition for the sacrifice they make and the holiday season they spent separated from their families…