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Constance VergowvenProgram: B.A., Liberal Studies Employment: Administrative Assistant, RI Coalition for the Homeless
Like many adult students, Liberal Studies student Constance Vergowen thought she wasn't "college material" and could never earn her degree. She describes the pride she feels in excelling in her studies and the value of a PC degree on her resume.
Matthew BerardProgram: B.A., Liberal Studies Employment: State of RI, Employment Specialist
After being out of school for 24 years, SCE student Matt Berard decided to return to college. He was pleasantly surprised by SCE's generous transfer credit policy, which made it possible for him to reach his goals and complete his degree in a reasonable timeframe.
Reini GarciaProgram: B.A., Social Science, class of 2009; currently enrolled in Organizational Communication Certificate Program Employment: Senior Legal Assistant, MetLife Auto & Home
Reini Garcia explains the importance of a college degree in today's job market. The financial aid package she received from SCE allowed her to return to school while working full-time.
Gina LearyProgram: B.A., Liberal Studies Employment: Self-employed
Gina Leary talks about SCE's convenience and flexibility, and the advantges of online learning.
Kelly Melendez-LoiazaProgram: Teacher CertificationEmployment: Chemistry Teacher, Providence Career and Technical Center
Teacher Certification student Kelly Melendez-Loiaza found the flexibility of the program and the support of its director and faculty invaluable.
Dan AndradeProgram: B.S., Business Administration*
Dan discusses PC's great reputation and how he made the decision to enroll in SCE to finish the degree he started many years ago -- and to advance in his career.
*Note: This program was discontinued as of July 1, 2008,
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