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Community HigherEd Celebrates Their 10,000th Graduate

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 7th, 2019 – On March 6th, 2019, Community HigherEd (CHE) celebrated their 10,000th graduate. Cassie Breshears is a Community Care College Medical Assistant program graduate who officially fulfilled her externship requirements at the St. Francis South location. Cassie was surprised by Dr. Raye Mahlberg and other Community HigherEd employees at her extern site. As part of the honor of being the 10,000th CHE graduate, Cassie will have the opportunity to speak at graduation on May 23rd, 2019.

10,000th Graduate
Left-to-Right: Nick Redwine, Cassie Breshears, and Dr. Raye Mahlberg.

“Since 1995, we have been changing lives through education. It is so amazing to know that we have not only changed the lives of 10,000 students, but also the lives of their children. We have added 10,000 skilled workers to our community and are excited to continue educating so many more!” said Dr. Raye Mahlberg, President of Community HigherEd.

Cassie Breshears is not only the 10,000th Community HigherEd graduate, but she is also a “red rober.” “Red robers” are students who excel in their programs and go above and beyond to maintain excellence throughout the year. These students wear red robes at graduation to signify their accomplishments. Other students graduate with black robes. To be able to obtain this honor, a student must never be late or miss a single day of class while maintaining an A average.

“It was wonderful to celebrate with our Medical Assistant graduate, Cassie Breshears, as she became the 10,000th graduate from Community HigherEd! I am thrilled to work with the dedicated education specialists here at CHE and to witness the hard work and dedication of our students. These 10,000 graduates have made a huge impact in the Tulsa community. Congratulations Cassie and Community HigherEd! Here’s to 10,000 more!” said Julie Benson, Community Care College Medical Assistant Department Head.

About Community HigherEd
CommunityHigherEd, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with the mission to advance the purpose of Community Care College, Clary Sage College, and Oklahoma Technical College through active engagement, advocacy, fundraising, and stewardship.
About Community Care College
Community Care College is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dually licensed and accredited institution offering various diploma and degree programs in healthcare, business and lifestyle careers. For more information on CCC’s parent company, visit CommunityHigherEd.

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