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Natalie Hoffmann Fall 2018 Blog

by Natalie Hoffmann, December 10, 2018
Another ten weeks have quickly flown by, which mean another ten weeks closer to graduation. This has been a very challenging, yet fun quarter. I started Capstone this quarter which was something I have been looking forward to since the Summer of 2016, when I started my amazing journey at Kendall College. I have been working alongside five other students on our Capstone project which is an Industry Challenge.

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James Payne Fall 2018 Blog

by James Payne, December 6, 2018
For me, the winter time is always the hardest. With the holiday seasons approaching and the cold weather, it can be easy to want to stay warm inside, under blankets, while watching holiday movies. But, I was able to push through another quarter and continue making different achievements in my career both at school and work.

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Abigail Urbano Summer 2018 Post

by Abigail Urbano, October 10, 2018
My time at Kendall is coming to an end and it is a bittersweet feeling because a part of me is so happy to be done with homework, projects, exams, etc. and the other half feels like I have to have my life put together already. I have to remind myself that I shouldn’t feel so anxious about the latter because this is a milestone that will help propel me forward and apply all that I’ve learned in whatever career path I choose to embark on.

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Malik Waddy Building Life Skills

High school junior Malik Waddy benefited so much from the Kendall College Trust Culinary Camp he decided to attend three summer sessions over the past two years, the most recent of which just wrapped in July. “It was so much fun,” he says. “It was really my first time getting hands-on culinary training.”

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