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National Park College Hosts College and Career Day for Area High Schools

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Community Outreach Efforts Result in More Students at National Park College

Student of the Month - March 2014






Jill Johnson

Director of Community Relations                                              

April 4, 2014




NPCC Announces Student of the  Month for March 2014


Student of the Month - March 2014The March 2014 Student of the Month for National Park Community College was introduced at a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Yolanda Dickerson was introduced as Student of the Month for March 2014 for the Learning Acceleration Division by Chris Coble, Division Chair. Mr. Coble reported that Ms. Dickerson is part of the Career Pathways Program and was selected to tell her story for the Achieving the Dream Self-Study Publication. She works at WalMart and is a single mother. Ms. Dickerson is a full-time student who will graduate with an Associate of Arts in Teaching in December 2014, with plans to transfer to Henderson.

Pictured L to R: Yolanda Dickerson and Chris Coble