Nevada Career Institute (NCI) to Recognize Graduates at Record-breaking Fall Commencement Ceremony
Event Underscores NCI’s Continued Dedication to High Quality Education
LAS VEGAS, Nevada—Friday will mark the culmination of many months of rigorous career training for the graduates who will cross the stage at Nevada Career Institute’s (NCI) Fall Commencement Ceremony. This record-breaking class will join the ranks of NCI alumni on November 15 as family members, friends, Instructors, and Team Members gather to celebrate this significant moment for these individuals.
“I am especially looking forward to this Commencement as we will graduate our largest class of students since Nevada Career Institute’s founding!” President Mitchell Fuerst shared. “They have put in remarkable effort to arrive at this milestone, many of them overcoming tremendous obstacles to reach their educational goals—and we cannot wait to honor them.”
The graduates represent many of NCI’s programs, including Medical Assistant, Medical Insurance Biller & Coder, Surgical Technologist, Dental Assistant, and Business Office Administration. Each of these programs involved classroom instruction along with hands-on training—giving students a chance to put what they learned into practice and ensuring they are equipped to hit the ground running in the World of Work.
Attendees will have the honor of hearing from Keynote Speaker Ron Kruzel, Executive Director of the Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (ARC/STSA), a nonprofit accreditation services agency providing national recognition for higher education programs in surgical technology and surgical assisting with the goal of promoting quality surgical patient care through quality education. Kruzel will encourage the graduates on Friday, challenging them to continue to raise the standard of excellence wherever they go.
“Every Commencement brings home why we do what we do here at Nevada Career Institute,” President Fuerst explained. “We know that every cap and gown represents a life changed by the power of quality education—and we can’t wait to see the positive impact these graduates will have on their families
Friends and family members unable to attend Commencement will be able to watch the full ceremony live on November 15 on the Nevada Career Institute Facebook page at facebook.com/nevadacareer.
Interested in learning more about Nevada Career Institute's programs? Please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu for more information today!
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