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I truly love attending ANU. It's a family atmosphere and everyone pushes to see you successful.

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Motivational Monday - One week until our next term starts!

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Did you know that ANU has welcomed international students from over 100 countries? Whether developing their English language skills in the English as a Second Language (ESL) program, or getting the skills that they need to advance their career in the MBA program, international students choose ANU as their home away from home due to the friendly support and exceptional instruction that they receive. A new video that was recently launched on YouTube features international students as they share their educational experiences at ANU. See more here: http://bit.ly/1T8VZCt

“I love American National University because it feels like home.”

#RoanokeVA #InternationalStudents #LearningInAmerica
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As a treatment coordinator at PureSmile, an orthodontic and dentistry clinic located in Shanghai, China, Fang Zhang is using the business acumen that she gained in her MBA program at the ANU Roanoke Valley Campus as she works with doctors and patients from around the world. Read more about Fang Zhang’s experience at ANU here: http://bit.ly/1SOpSY3

“When you can apply subjects discussed during the lectures directly into practice, it is much easier to really understand the theory.”

#RoanokeVA #MBA #Shanghai #International
“When you can apply subjects discussed during the lectures directly into practice, it is much easier to really understand the theory.”
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Rehab Gharawi and Mohammad Alemari are a married couple from Geddh, Saudi Arabia who decided to come to American National University to improve their English skills. After completing the ESL program at the Roanoke Valley Campus, they both plan to continue their education in graduate programs in the U. S. Learn more about their educational journey in America here: http://bit.ly/1ZtuOXk

“All of the students, staff, and [instructors] are like a wonderful family.”

#RoanokeVA #SaudiArabia #ESL #LearningInAmerica
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Hemang Desai, a student from India, came to the U.S. in October to study in the MBA-IT program at the ANU Roanoke Valley Campus. Hemang has already earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in IT computer applications and worked as a software developer in India. Read more about Hemang’s educational experience in the U.S. here: http://bit.ly/1KI9FGb

“I like their study structure and how they push me to do my very best.”
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American National University believes it is important to honor students for their hard work and commitment to their education – especially as many of our students work a full-time job and lead busy lives in addition to their coursework. In recognition and support of the hard work of our students who are committed to achieving academic excellence, American National University is introducing the Joseph E. Hurn Scholarship. #scholarship  
We recognize our students are investing in their future by pursuing a degree at ANU, and we are proud to invest in their futures as a community.
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In less than one year, she finished her program, passed the Medical Coding Certification exam, and got a job offer from Virginia Interventional Pain & Spine Center (VIPSC).

https://www.an.edu/news/Medical-Billing-and-Coding-Externship-Turns-into-Job-Offer-20140609-0041/?etrk=NatlNews&etrksp=2014-06-09
“I feel like I learn something every single day. There's a lot of room for advancement here and in the medical field in general.”
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If you’ve ever considered a career in healthcare, but thought it would take years of school and preparation, think again. Phlebotomists work directly with patients, are important and respected members of medical teams and can be trained for the profession in as little as seven months.

https://www.an.edu/lifenotes/What-is-Phlebotomy-or-a-Phlebotomist-20160601-0032

#phlebotomy  
Phlebotomy is a difficult word to say and an even harder word to spell! But all of us have met a phlebotomist at the doctor's office or hospital at some point in our lives. Phlebotomy is the act of drawing blood for diagnostics and therapy and is a valuable skill that could be the start to a rewarding career in the medical field.
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Recently, the ANU Roanoke Valley Campus honored Corrugated Container Corporation (CCC) with the Distinguished Community Employer Award in recognition of the company’s support of ANU graduates and career college education. Clay Hodges, a graduate of the ANU MBA program is currently working at CCC as the quality assurance manager. Read more about the campus’s partnership with this community employer here: http://bit.ly/27hOySU
“It was an honor to receive this award, to work with an ANU MBA graduate, and we accept it with gratitude.”


#RoanokeVA #DistinguishedCommunityEmployer
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American National University’s Roanoke Valley Campus (1813 East Main Street, Salem) is hosting a FREE “Spring into Health” wellness fair on Saturday, April 16th from 10am-3pm. ANU medical assisting students and instructors will be providing free health screenings, and Virginia Blood Services will be accepting blood donations.

Information and resources to help you get healthier in all aspects of your life will be provided by: Salem Family YMCA, American Heart Association, National Guard, Virginia State Police, FedStar, Bradley Free Clinic, Mary Kay, Play It Again Sports, SunTrust, Salem Red Sox, Avon, Easter Seals UCP Virginia, Meador Insurance Agency, Salem Police Department, Family Service of Roanoke Valley, Brain Injury Services of SW Virginia, American Freestyle Karate, Jenny Craig, Salem Lions Club, Salon Del Sol, and more!

Plus, giveaways for free facials, massages, skating, bowling, and more have been sponsored by: Skate Center, Dixie Caverns, Holiday Inn, Blue Hills Golf Course, Ole Monterey Golf Course, Hanging Rock Golf Course, Salem Red Sox, Lee-Hi Bowling Lanes, Thunder Valley, Helpful Hands Massage, Attic Productions, and Kroger.

Refreshments will be available for purchase from Rick’s Wrap It Up Food Truck and the Eagle’s Nest Café. 

Call 540-986-1800 for more information about this community event. Bring the whole family—there will be something for everyone!

#SpringIntoHealth   #HealthFair   #SalemVA   #RoanokeVA   #FreeEvent   #HealthierLiving  
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ANU students from the Roanoke Valley Campus's MBA Operations Management class recently participated in a field trip to the Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling plant. During the trip, the students were given a presentation on the production processes, participated in a tasting session of all the products bottled at the plant, and were led on a tour, where they were able to observe operations concepts like quality controls, scheduling, layout strategies, and inventory management at work. Continue reading here: http://bit.ly/1QEoAR5   

“It was great to see what we learned [in class] actually being used!” 
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"At ANU, you could train to become an ECG technician in as little as 7 months." #electrocardiogram   #NCET   #certification  
The What, Who, and Where of Becoming an ECG Technician.
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