Archive for November, 2017

APC’s Members Recognize Military Service of Student and Alumni Veterans

Posted on November 10th, 2017 in Event, General, Uncategorized | No Comments »

Photo caption: Joshua Cosme is pictured with his family including his wife, Elizabeth, and their children, Aliana, Christopher and Anthony.

Joshua Cosme is pictured with his family including his wife, Elizabeth, and their children, Aliana, Christopher and Anthony.

Veterans Programs Key to Student Success and Career Achievement

Joshua Cosme, Veteran, E-4 Specialist United States Army/Student, Jamestown Business College

Joshua has the distinction of witnessing the events that form the basis of National Geographic’s TV series, “The Long Road Home.”  Joshua is currently completing his bachelor’s degree in Business Management at Jamestown Business College (JBC), and plans to pursue a master’s degree. He respectfully credits JBC for helping him reintegrate into civilian life, which has enabled him to coach his son’s little league team as well as helping his fellow veterans by getting them involved with organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project and the local PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Program.

 

APC’s Members Recognize Military Service of Student and Alumni Veterans

Posted on November 10th, 2017 in Event, General, Uncategorized | No Comments »

Marylou Fuentes is pictured with her family including her husband John, and their daughter Brooklyn.

Marylou Fuentes is pictured with her family including her husband John, and their daughter Brooklyn.

Marylou Fuentes, Veteran, Staff Sergeant United States Army/Student, Monroe College

Staff Sergeant Mary Fuentes and her husband, John Samudio, fell in love in the United States Army. After devoting 11 years to her country, Mary decided to return to civilian life so she could be home with their daughter, Brooklyn. Yet, Mary still wanted to give back and help her fellow veterans. That’s when she enrolled in Monroe College’s Hospitality Program. Once her bachelor’s degree is complete, the pair plan to start their own business providing meals to needy veterans.