List/Grid Tag Archives: Remington College gives back
Our Fort Worth Campus recently pitched in to help the Meals on Wheels organization collect fans for those in dire need of a respite from the incredibly hot Texas summers. Click the headline link to read more about all the services that the Meals on Wheels organization provides — and check out how many fans we collected in Fort Worth!
“Any time we can give back to the community, we should. It should be a part of our daily lives.” Words to live by, spoken by Lafayette Campus ACJA President Cursey Calais, as the ACJA and NTHS groups on Campus got together to help a local organization called St. Joseph’s Diner feed the hungry in their community. Click the headline link to learn how our Lafayette students stepped up and answered the call!
In response to a great blood drive turnout, our own Remington College “3 Lives” spokesperson AJ Green recently paid a visit to our Fort Worth Campus and treated attendees to a mini-concert, featuring two original songs. Click the headline link to read more about AJ, his admirable accomplishments, what drives him to keep going, and what our blood drives mean to him and others in need….
You wouldn’t think that something as simple as a clean, new pair of socks would make much of a difference – but it does, especially to those who are homeless. Click the article link to learn more about how our Baton Rouge Campus was inspired to initiate a Campus-wide sock donation effort and what it means to those in need…. Way to go, Baton Rouge!
For the fifth year in a row, the generous students, instructors, and staff at our Nashville Campus sponsored a food drive to benefit their local Second Harvest Food Bank. Click the story link to check out the impressive quantity of food collected by our Nashville college to help those in need!
The residents of Cumberland Manor Nursing Center in Nashville, Tennessee, got some needed comfort and warmth this past holiday season, thanks to a collection drive sponsored by our Nashville Campus. Click the article link to read more about this noble effort to help seniors in need!