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Seven Students Recognized in Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges



Feb 17, 2014

A total of seven students at National College in Bristol, Tennessee were honored with the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges award.  According to the award’s website, //www.whoswhoamongstudents.com, “These are the students who enhance the positive image of the American students through their contributions to community and school.”  Two of the students honored are Tabetha Miller and Jim Bare. 

Tabetha is earning her associate’s degree in medical assisting and her bachelor’s degree in business administration-management.  She started classes in December 2011 and is expected to graduate in February 2015.  She chose to attend college “to further my education after I became a Certified Nursing Assistant.  I knew there was more I wanted to learn and I knew I wanted to help senior citizens.”  When asked why she chose National she says, “It was very close to my home.  National College also made me feel welcome and from the moment I started my initial paperwork I knew I was part of a great team.” 

Tabetha has very admirable future career goals. “My ultimate goal is to own an assisted living facility that works very closely with hospice.”  Tabetha also works at the Bristol Campus under the Federal Work Study program.  She is a treasured asset to both students and staff.

Jim is earning his associate’s degree in medical assisting.  He began classes in February of 2013 and is expected to graduate in July of this year.  Jim decided to go to college “to get a well-paid job and to further my education.”  He chose National College because “the courses are designed specific to my degree.  I do not have to take a ’fluff’ class.  I like the small class sizes and the one-on-one instruction.  Students also do not have to pay for a tutor.”  Jim’s future career goals are to work in a medical office.

Tabetha and Jim are both very positive and dedicated students.  The Bristol Campus is very proud of the seven students who have received this honor.

Tabetha Miller and Jim Bare are two of seven students recognized as Who’s Who Among Students at the Bristol Campus.

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