Twenty Broadview University Graduates

Published on January 4, 2016 by arothstein

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A confetti celebration

Broadview University-Boise recently conferred degrees to twenty graduates at their Summer and Fall 2015 Commencement Ceremony.

Key note speaker Andy Fujimoto, AmeriBen CEO, offered the graduates helpful advice.

“You graduates have received a great gift,” said Andy. “When you think things that no one else sees, it creates insight and then knowledge.”

He continued, “Wisdom is being able to share personal insight with others. As we share, we find our education has its fullest effect.”

Graduate speaker Tammey Carter shared how her time at Broadview University impacted her life.

“One thing that is consistent with Broadview University is how nurturing the teachers are,” she said. “They go above and beyond for all students. It is awesome that teachers believed in me!”

To her fellow graduates, Tammey said that she was very proud of them and their accomplishments. She ended her speech by saying how Broadview University influenced her professional and personal development.

“Going out into the world with not only a new career, but a better understanding of others and myself is a reward in itself,” said Tammey.

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Graduates at the ceremony

Congratulations to the Summer and Fall 2015 Graduates!

Certificate in Massage Therapy – Kenneth Cook, Ignacio Monterrubio, and Atikhom Wattanamongkolsiri

Associate of Applied Science in Accounting – Drew Sprague

Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration – Manuel Garcia

Associate of Applied Science in Massage Therapy – Jessica Buchanan, Tammey Carter, Crystal Mick, and Cynthia Rivera

Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant – Christine Dillree and Sandra Hattrick

Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal – Matthew Mallard

Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology – Alyssa Beyer, Mirella Steward Hetland, Jessica McCarty, and Laura Neves

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – Darcy Bailey

Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management – Erica Huls

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology – Tanner Johnston and Craig McFaddan


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