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Non-Profit Organization Recognized for Serving the Community

Dec 30, 2013

The Cincinnati Campus recently presented the Distinguished Community Employer Award to the Greater Cincinnati Urban League (GCUL). The presentation was made recently by Gerry Washington, department chair of the business administration program and Melinda Chappell, career center director. The GCUL plans to have the presentation featured in “The Herald,” a neighborhood newspaper; the “Cincinnati Enquirer”; and as a running tab story on its newly designed website.

Donald Stokes and Fernando McCloud are two graduates of the Cincinnati Campus who were present for the award presentation.  They were participants in the Solid Opportunities for Advancement and Retention (SOAR) Program as well as the Accelerated Call Center Education (ACE) Program. The Greater Cincinnati Urban League has been instrumental in assisting our students in finding employment through both programs.

Dorothy Smoot, chief program officer of the Greater Cincinnati Urban League said, "We are very honored to receive this award from the American National University Cincinnati Campus.  Our mission is to transform generations by promoting personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency.  We are proud to have a strong partnership with American National University in helping men and women achieve employment and begin the road of achieving the goals of our mission."

Pictured (l) to (r) are: Melinda Chappell, career center director; Dorothy Smoot, chief program officer of the Greater Cincinnati Urban League; and Gerry Washington, department chair, business administration program.