ADVISORY: GED program graduating unprecedented 114 students
WHAT: An unprecedented 114 students who passed the General Education Development (GED) Test and received their New Jersey High School Diploma in the last year will be honored during
During the program's first year (2007-08) there were 19 GED graduates. This year's total – in addition to being more than five times that first year's total – breaks the record set last year with 94 graduates. Altogether, over the four years, the program has helped 261graduates earn their high school diplomas.
WHEN& 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 29, 2011.
WHERE: Civic Hall auditorium, Connector Building, Blackwood Campus, Camden County College, College Drive and Peter Cheeseman Road, Gloucester Township.
DETAILS: Approximately half of
The program runs at CCC's Camden City Campus in the morning and afternoon and on the Blackwood Campus at night. More than 700 students enrolled this year.
Speaking will be
In addition to the College's students, additional GED graduates from the
TO COVER: Contact Susan Coulby, media relations manager, by telephone at 609-605-0874 (cell).
Published: June 28, 2011