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Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center Community Combats COVID-19 with Compassion
It’s during times of stress and strain that people’s true strengths are revealed. As Eleanor Roosevelt said at the onset of WWII, “We cannot tell from day to day what may come. This is no ordinary time. No time for weighing anything except what we can do best for the country as a whole and that responsibility rests on each and every one of us as individuals.”
Message from Dean Angela Spalsbury
Dear Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Students,
I know that this past week has been a difficult transition for many of you. Please know that our faculty have been working really hard to convert their face-to-face classes to remote instruction. We understand that these changes have had a significant effect on you, and we are doing everything in our power to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible for you. We have the following resources in place, ready to serve you:
Kent State Twinsburg Academic Center's LPN-to-RN Bridge Program Offers Alum Career of His Dreams
If you’ve ever felt stuck somewhere between your job and your ideal career because you’re too busy making a living to go back to college, you’ll understand Restituto "Tuto"Velarde’s position. Thankfully, Kent State University’s Twinsburg Academic Center provided a bridge so he could get to the other side.
Business Major Student Earning Her Associate Degree in 1 Year
Bella Jones is a business major at Kent State University Geauga Campus. She also works as a hairstylist at Jennifer’s Hair Obsession in Middlefield. She is also a student employee at Kent State Geauga in Burton. Bella enjoys multitasking and getting a lot accomplished quickly. That’s why she loves the partnership that Kent State Geauga has with Auburn Career Center so she can earn her associate degree in half the time.
Business Leadership Training Extended to Twinsburg Community
Business Leadership Training (BLT) is a new guest speaker series and a dynamic networking opportunity for the Twinsburg community. This outreach program is organized through a partnership between Kent State University Twinsburg Academic Center and the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce. Free and open to all local business representatives, BLT also serves to familiarize the public to the recent name change of the Kent State regional campus (formerly the Regional Academic Center), which now identifies itself with the city of Twinsburg.