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North-West College (NWC) Honors Student Stars and Ambassadors at Fall Luncheon

Event Recognizes Students Who Continue to Raise the Standard of Excellence at NWC

WEST COVINA, Calif.—On Wednesday, November 6, North-West College honored 37 students for their outstanding service and academic achievements as part of its Student Recognition Program. Designed to promote and recognize excellence throughout its student body, the program brings together Student Stars and Student Ambassadors for a special luncheon at South Hills Country Club with members of the College’s Executive Committee.

“We were excited to be able to honor these individuals who are raising the bar in their studies and as peer mentors in their programs,” explained Chief Operating Officer Beylor Meza, who hosted the luncheon along with several members of NWC’s leadership. “It was incredible to hear these students’ stories and to understand what this honor meant for them.”

Student Stars and Student Ambassadors are chosen on a quarterly basis, with each NWC campus choosing two Stars and one Ambassador. Student Stars are those individuals who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their studies, whether as an Outstanding Academics Star, Campus Impact Star, Emerging Leadership Star, Stick to It Star, or Outstanding Volunteer Star.

Student Ambassadors serve as peer mentors for the student body and bring positive energy to the College’s community every day. They are individuals other students look up to or feel they can talk to if they don’t feel comfortable sharing with a Team Member. In addition to the luncheon, both Stars and Ambassadors are recognized on their campus and at Commencement.

“The students who came together represented a variety of programs and a number of different NWC campuses,” Meza shared, “but they all shared the same drive and dedication to excellence. We are proud to call them North-West College students and can’t wait to see the way they transform their communities for the better once they graduate!”

Interested in learning more about North-West College’s programs? Please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu for more information today!

About North-West College

Founded in 1966, North-West College has been committed to training individuals to enter and advance in the health care field for nearly 50 years. A leader in allied health education, the College offers short-term programs at seven campuses throughout Southern California, including West Covina, Pomona Valley, Pasadena, Glendale, Riverside, Anaheim, and Long Beach. Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE), North-West College offers a supportive educational environment for those ready to start a health care career. To date, the College has graduated more than 50,000 students—individuals who have gone on to raise the standard of excellence at health care organizations of all types.

For more information about North-West College and its programs, visit www.nw.edu.

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