THE NEWSLETTER OF PENN FOSTER COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL — July 2012
LEARN MORE, DO MORE, BE MORE...AN EDUCATION THAT WORKS.
 
A NEW COMMUNITY IS BORN!

Out with the Old and In with the New! We have just launched our brand new Penn Foster Community, and couldn’t be more excited to share with you some of the new features that will make your Penn Foster experience an exciting and interactive one. Read more...

 
FACES OF PENN FOSTER

“My name is Anniemae and I live in Nassau, Bahamas. I am a proud international student of Penn Foster College and am enrolled in the Accounting Degree Program. I am a police officer by profession, with 14 years of experience in the field of forensic science (scenes of crime) and fingerprint as a law enforcement officer in the Royal Bahamas Police Force. I am a single mom.
“The ancient adage ‘knowledge is power’ was true over a century ago and still holds true today. A well-rounded education will serve as a resource to you long after you would have left the halls of academia.” Read more...

 
OPEN-MIC RHYME, SLAM, OR SCRAWL

The Penn Foster Poetry Committee is pleased to announce The Great Hunger by Tonderai M. Tunthuwa as the winner of the Newsletter Poetry Competition. The runner up is Hereafter by Summer Leigh Dudzik. Congratulations to Tonderai and to Summer! Read more...

 
COLOUR ME HEALTHY

Summer is here, and with the warm weather comes an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Ripe strawberries, crisp green beans, juicy tomatoes, garden-fresh greens, and luscious peaches will soon be available at local stores and markets.

While most of us look forward to summer’s fresher produce, what you may not realize is that the vivid colours of fresh fruits and vegetables actually offer clues as to which ones are richest in vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients. Read more...

 
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