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Nick’s Brush with Hollywood Greatness!

We are not sure if you recognize this adorable little boy who is now an adult in his mid-twenties. But perhaps you have a glimpse of recognition toward the older gentlemen standing beside him. The little boy is Nick Williams who graduated from the College Experience in 2018 and the man is the late-Academy Award-winning…

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We are Back at the Movies!

The Alumni Activities Club returned to the movies for the first time in at least a year and three months! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has indicated that vaccinated individuals may safely gather in indoor, public places. Therefore, we decided that it was high time we embraced this wonderful pastime of the Old Normal.…

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Our Conscientious Students Tackle Local Litter

Both of the Sophomore Seminar classes ventured out in their neighborhood to make a dent in the inevitable litter that has accumulated close to their campus as part of a Community Service project. Litter claw grabbers, plastic bags, gloves, and a bucket were provided by staff as we got to work with a project that…

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The Alumni Walking Club Travels to Washington Park

Andrew Maggio and Jessica Lewis enjoyed one of the first trips with the College Experience Walking Club on Monday afternoon with nearly perfect weather. Now that we can safely assume that all remnants of winter have been eliminated, it is time to embrace the outdoors once again in all its glory! The Walking Club decided…

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Students Master the Skills of Conflict Resolution

Communication is surely one of the most vital skills that will help our students succeed in the adult world. This is exactly why The College Experience has a class called, Conflict Resolution. It is specifically dedicated to the art of communication in a way that will allow our students to have more of a chance in the professional world and within their personal relationships.

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Cooking Up Some Fun!

The College Experience students recently had a SWEET time learning about the Culinary Arts. For six Fridays in a row, eleven College Experience students participated in a virtual culinary class with Matthew Williams, Executive Chef of the Albany Marriott International. The hour-long classes covered a lot of ground. Among other topics, students learned about the…

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