Virginia College news from Savannah, Baton Rouge, Fort Pierce, and Biloxi
Mar 19, 2015
The Program Director of the Therapeutic Massage program in Savannah, Nathan Nordstrom, has been elected the President of the American Massage Therapy Association and has been chosen as their 2015 Boston Marathon runner to raise money for the National Massage Therapy Association. The event takes place April 20.
Also in Savannah, faculty, staff and students recently contributed 2,737 pounds of food to Second Harvest. That's an 82% increase over their food contribution in 2013.
Pharmacy Technician students at the Virginia College in Baton Rouge campus raised money and participated in the Walk to Stop Diabetes recently, pausing (above) to pose with Fire Marshal H. "Butch" Browning. This is the second year that members of SEPhT (The Society for the Education of Pharmacy Technicians) have participated in the event.
(Above) As a public service, Fort Pierce Cosmetology students recently set up shop to donate services inside Macy's.
Below, Fort Pierce cosmo students competed in a Winter Wonderland Hair and Fashion Show. The top three teams were led by students Terria Banner, Vanessa Delgado and Samantha Jones, respectively.
Finally, December's holiday event at Virginia College in Biloxi was featured in South Mississippi Living online.