Flagler College celebrates first anniversary of Adult and Community Education program
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 25, faculty and administration of Flagler College joined with community members at Markland House on campus to mark the first anniversary of the college’s ACE or Adult and Community Education program. Dr. Jorge Herrera, director of the program as well as an association professor of business administration at Flagler College, said, “We are pleased to expand Flagler College’s ability to engage with the community and strengthen the ties between the college and the community with this program.” During the reception, certificates were presented to the first graduates of the LEAN Six Sigma program, including Landon Johnson, who earned his yellow belt.
Photo courtesy Bobbie Stewart, Flagler College
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