Recent graduates of College H.E.L.P.

 

“Without the H.E.L.P. Program I would not be here at Marshall. The services they offer are so helpful, and I feel as though the H.E.L.P. Program has prepared me

for the future.” Kathryn C., Bachelor of Public Health (B.P.H.)


 

“The H.E.L.P. Program has really made me achieve greater success on tests and in classes. Every tutor wants to help you and make sure you succeed.” Amy B., Regents Bachelor of Arts (R.B.A.) 


“The H.E.L.P. Program has helped me successfully graduate with a 3.5 GPA through tutoring and the great support system. Having all the quiet rooms for test taking helped save my GPA.” Morgan C., Marketing B.A.

 


“My advice for younger students would be to come prepared, and start strong in

the semester and finish strong.” Michael C., Hotel/Motel Management Associates, Mountwest Community and Technical College


“I have learned so much and gained newfound knowledge. The H.E.L.P. Program has helped me in so many ways to become a successful individual.” Tineil C., R.B.A.


“I received my degree in business management with a double minor in marketing and entrepreneurship. After graduation I will be working [as an account coordinator at a Cincinnati agency]. I am both excited and sad about graduating. I will miss the college life and the friends and relationships I have formed over the years. I am however, excited to begin the next chapter of my life with a great company.Blake E., Management B.A.


“I received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science with a minor in chemistry and history, and I graduated in December of 2012. I am planning to attend Physician Assistant School in the fall. Next semester I will be back at Marshall taking some classes I need for my PA training. It was hard for me to realize that I would be graduating so soon. When I started as a freshman I had doubts I would make it due to my learning disability. As the date of graduation got closer I realized how far I had made it.” Phillip P., Biology Bachelor of Science

 


“I am receiving a degree in psychology. I am hoping to go to graduate school in psychology or counseling to help and give back to people with disabilities. I hope to go into the mental health profession and do testing, or even work in a program like HELP. I feel certain that I have learned a lot of new skills and have memories to carry on. I’m not sure if it’s a good bye, but it’s hard to know I have been at HELP and Marshall for five years. The H.E.L.P. Program has definitely helped me. Each day and step I took was improving skills and to become successful both academically and socially. There are so many people that made it possible for me to graduate. I would love to thank all my tutors who have not only helped me intellectually, but socially as well.” Shannon O., Psychology Bachelor of Arts