Volunteer Student Uses Education to Help Others
Jan 27, 2012
Kayla Quinley, a business administration-accounting student at the Richmond Campus, works for Little Caesar’s Pizza as an assistant manager. She recently had an opportunity to envision a new career for a non-profit organization.
Her employer recently raised over $10,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Camp for Kids. Because the employees did such a great job raising funds for the children, they were given the opportunity to join the children at camp for a day. Kayla’s favorite part of the camp was helping the children do the hand print tiles for the Wall of Heroes.
Kayla chose National College because it seemed to her like a good school that not only cares about its students but wants to see each of them become a success. Kayla will graduate this August. To help her accomplish her goals in finding a job, she plans to continue her education and get a bachelor’s degree.
“I want to work with people who have that same vision: that we are all just people and we are not defined by what we can or cannot do.”
Business Administration: Business Administration Management - Associate's Degree (MGT)