Giving Back To Our Military Heroes
Remington College recognizes the great service that military personnel offer, and our staff, students and faculty have joined forces in giving back to thank our troops for their sacrifices. It is too easy to forget what our nation's soldiers do for us and accomplish for our country, and we know that actions speak louder than words.
That's why you'll find Remington College staff, faculty and students actively creating, supporting and participating in projects that benefit military staff at home and abroad. Many of our efforts are deceptively simple – just by meeting basic, common needs that go unattended in military environments, we can make a dramatic difference in the lives of these heroes.
As W.B. Bates II, Cleveland Campus Director of Education and a U.S. Marine veteran, says, "We want the men and women serving this country to know that we care about the sacrifices they make to keep this country safe."
Our efforts are but a small token of our appreciation for their service, and every contribution makes a difference. We'd like to enlist your help: contact us if you have ideas, time or resources to give back. Thank you!
Giving Thanks at the Holidays
Learn how one medical assisting student in Shreveport helped dozens of soldiers overseas…just by reminding them that she cared. It’s easy, and anyone can do it.
We hope this profile inspires you to honor even more military men and women who might need a reminder that people back home are thinking about them and appreciate them.
A Balm for Troops in the Desert
Another amazing story: a Cleveland East Pharmacy Tech student, herself a U.S. Army Veteran, understands what soldiers in hot, arid deserts need. To that end, she teamed up with the Chair of the Pharmacy Technician diploma program in Cleveland to create lip balm for troops.
"We want the men and women serving this country to know that we care about the sacrifices they make to keep this country safe."
– W.B. Bates II,
Remington College-Cleveland Campus Director of Education,
U.S. Marine Veteran