Multiple one-night-a-week program success stories are listed on Mount Olive’s microsite. Many program graduates believed they had missed their opportunity to earn an associate or bachelor’s degree.

“As a wife and mother of three, the chance of obtaining a four-year degree to become a teacher seemed almost impossible until a friend told me about the Early Childhood Education program at Mount Olive College,” said Christine Brewington. “I was able to speak with a counselor that same day and began my journey to becoming a teacher.”

Brewington touted Mount Olive’s helpful faculty as a key to her success in the Early Childhood Education program.

“The instructors were encouraging, and I graduated Summa Cum Laude,” she said. “I currently teach first grade. I will always be thankful for Mount Olive College and highly recommend it to everyone.”

Ed Labajetta hoped to improve his chances of upward mobility in his health care job.

“As a successful manager in a large, demanding radiology department, it became obvious that I would need to finish my degree in order to stay competitive,” said Labajetta. “However, with a demanding career and young family, doing so seemed nearly impossible. I found that one-night-a-week programs at Mount Olive College perfect for my busy lifestyle, and they enabled me to attain my goals and transform my life!”

Labajetta is confident that his bachelor’s degree will serve him well into the future.

“By earning my degree, I am now better positioned in the market to continue building on my success and to be a more competitive candidate for future promotions,” he said.


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