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Remington College – Nashville Campus will hold a National Night Out event featuring safety, educational, and fun activities for families as well as a job fair and a blood drive. The activities will be held on Tuesday, August 7, from 4 to 6 p.m. The event is free, and the community is invited to participate. Click the article link for a list of the employers who will be participating in the job fair portion and more….
It’s no secret that Remington College in Nashville supports the local community. It’s also no secret that we provide hands-on training in key healthcare fields, like medical assisting, dental assisting, medical billing and coding, and dental hygiene. So it should come as no surprise that we’re hosting a blood drive and encourage our students, faculty, staff and neighbors to donate blood and help save lives! Join us August 24th, from 9am to 2pm at Remington College – Nashville Campus!
This is the fourth year that our Nashville College has participated in a food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank, and it started off with a bang on November 24, 2010. The Campus raised a total of 1,543 pounds of food, which will help provide more than 1,200 meals to the hungry in Middle Tennessee….
On October 2, 2010, a team of 10 Nashville college students, four faculty members, and the families of students and staff from Remington College participated in the Nashville CARES AIDS Walk 2010, completed a 3.1-mile walk, and raised $335 for a great cause…
Always eager to participate in community outreach activities, our Nashville College Campus Career Services Department recently received a call. The caller, from Cockrill Elementary School in Nashville, had a last-minute request of our Campus: to pull together a Career Day – one that would otherwise have to be canceled because of the after-effects of Nashville’s recent flooding….
The staff at Holloway High School will use the money to solve a graduation dilemma that they have been facing. The school booked Middle Tennessee State’s Murphy Center with the hope that it would be able to raise the funds to cover the expense. The Adopt Our School award means that Holloway High School can pay the $1200 venue fee, as well as $350 for graduation programs, $200 worth of flowers for a rose ceremony and $250 for a senior breakfast….