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The Virginia Peninsula – Thomas Nelson Community College has unveiled its new logo after a branding campaign that began in January. In addition to the new logo, the College has also adopted a new branding statement that reflects Thomas Nelson as an institution. The new branding statement is “Explore. Excel. Succeed.”
“The introduction of the new College logo along with a new branding statement aims to clearly express the growth and development of the College,” said Dr. Charles A. Taylor, Thomas Nelson President. “The contemporary look of the new logo reflects a progressive student-oriented learning and working environment where students come to explore the opportunities and find that with the support of the faculty and staff they can excel and succeed in achieving their educational goals.”
Summer Career Exploration Camps at Thomas Nelson to Expose High School Students to Future Careers & Professions
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THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA — Some local and area high school students will be off to camp this summer but not just your ordinary summer camp. Thanks to the Office of Outreach and Recruitment at Thomas Nelson Community College, these campers will be on the fast track to charting their college plans and future professions.
The College’s Outreach and Recruitment office is sponsoring career camps for high school students in June and July, according to Dr. Crystal Taylor, Outreach and Recruitment Director. The first camp which will focus on the college selection process is scheduled for June 26-29 with activities from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the College’s Historic Triangle campus. Beginning July 24, the second camp will run daily from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. through July 27 at the Peninsula Workforce Development Center in Hampton. This camp is designed to expose students to a variety of careers and professions, noted Taylor.