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Education Week to highlight services available


By Hong, Seung-hui

Camp Humphreys Public Affairs


scheduled for Nov. 14-18, and the Camp Humphreys Army Education Center is holding a series of events and briefs then to let the community know what services are available. The Theme this year is “Supporting Soldier and Family readiness”.


Speakers will give information on Central Texas College, the University of Maryland, and the University of Phoenix graduate school. There will also be briefings on the Montgomery G.I. Bill, the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, financial aid, the Army Career and Alumni Program, and services available to spouses.


To open the conference, there will be a cake-cutting ceremony with scholar Soldiers and Col. Bryan Barker, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, and the brigade’s senior enlisted Soldier, Command Sgt. Maj. Leeford Cain. Light refreshments will be served.


Beverly M. Suenaga, education services officer, said, “The purpose of the event is celebrating and honoring Soldiers who have had remarkable academic achievement.”


The Army Education Center’s primary goal is to make Soldiers better leaders through learning, and Nancy J. Claycomb, an education counselor, said the week will highlight the choices service members and their Families have.


“What a good opportunity,” she said. “ We have a variety classes such as business courses, criminal justice and so on.”


Education Center personnel help Soldiers, Family members, civilians, and retirees who want to further their education. For more Information, call Claycomb at 753-8902 or Suenaga at 753-8905.

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Taken on September 1, 2011