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Beacon Grads Find Fulfillment as AmeriCorps Volunteers

Beacon Alumni Alex Joins Americorp

As the Class of 2015 prepares to graduate, soon-to-be alums consider where their predecessors have found success beyond Beacon. One place that Beacon alumni have found fulfillment is in the AmeriCorps program. During the 2013-2014 academic year, Career Development instructor Kelly Rogers introduced her graduating students to AmeriCorps. Established in 1994, the AmeriCorps program is […]

Beacon Students Get Ready to Experience Campus Arts Festival

Beacon Art

March 18, 2015 For the first time ever, Beacon College is holding an Arts Festival that is open to the public. It will begin on April 16th with day time activities geared toward local high school students and an evening reception intended for the College community to celebrate the opening of the Beacon student art […]

Beacon College Professors Offer Free Online Course

I was intrigued by the idea of Drs. Le and Nesbitt teaching a free online course about how to assist students with learning disabilities in improving their writing. I decided to interview Dr. Le to learn more about this course, which is called Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in the Writing Classroom. Dr. Le and […]

Beacon Club Spotlight: Soccer Club

Soccer Club began last year and quickly became popular with both staff and students at Beacon College. On Wednesday evenings, the players assemble for a quick lesson and warm-up, followed by a friendly scrimmage. Oftentimes, the game progresses until it’s too late to see the ball anymore. While the highlight of the semester is the end […]

Grand Opening of the Navigator Cafe Tomorrow

Beacon College has recently become the concessionaire for the Leesburg Public Library, taking over the popular Z-Café and renaming it the Navigator Café and providing a new eating venue for Beacon students. The Navigator Café officially opened its doors on Tuesday, February 24th. Members of the Beacon College community as well as the public are […]

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