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Many Piedmont Virginia Community College alumni and students tell us that they find their future at PVCC. Students Jason Hite and Maria Chapman, interviewed here, are finding their future with the help of PVCC. An aspiring teacher, Maria participates in PVCC's Great Expectations program for foster care youth and is on the pathway to an education degree. Jason has earned a job promotion after learning new skills and knowledge in electronics and computer classes. Find your future at PVCC! Talk to an academic advisor in the Admissions and Advising Center, 434.961.6551 or admissions@pvcc.edu. PVCC Student: Jason Hite Jason Hite Advancing His Career College Dreams J commitments. "The professors at PVCC have been extremely helpful," he says. "They will change their office hours to meet with me." ason Hite graduated from Waynesboro High School in 1994 and joined the Marines, working as a hydraulic engineer. When his service ended, he returned home. "College was something I always wanted, but I didn't think I would actually go," he says. "I never Reaping the thought I was smart enough, and I Benefits didn't think I had the time." "I started at U.Va. as an electronics apprentice," Jason Smarter Than He Thought says, "but because I've done PVCC proved Jason wrong. He so well and gone above and enrolled in classes as a partbeyond with my classes at time student in the Electronics PVCC, I've already been and Computer Technology promoted to elevator mechanic. degree program at PVCC in fall It's definitely been worth it to 2009 and began working full take classes at PVCC." time at the University of Virginia in an apprenticeship program Jason isn't stopping there, for electronics. "PVCC taught though. He plans to finish his me that I'm a lot smarter than I associate degree this fall and thought," he says. then attend Old Dominion A father of two, Jason takes evening classes to balance his education with work and family University for a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. "I've already been promoted, Hear Jason's story in his own words. and I'm hoping there's more to come," Jason says. PVCC offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronics and Computer Technology. For more information, log on to www.pvcc.edu/electronics or contact PVCC's Admissions and Advising Center at 434.961.6551 or admissions@pvcc.edu. For schedule updates, visit www.pvcc.edu/classes. PVCC Fall 2013 Class Schedule 7

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