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Antonelli College graduate receives GREAT award

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Antonelli College The Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) awarded Sanetra Wilson Hall, a 2012 graduate of the Antonelli College Paralegal Studies program, the 2014 GREAT (Graduate Recognition for Excellence, Achievement, and Talent) Award. The GREAT Award recognizes former students who have demonstrated outstanding academic and personal achievement and Mrs. Hall was one of five selected from nominations across the country.

"I am very humbled to be nominated for such a prestigious award," said Hall, a native of New Albany, "choosing to pursue my degree at Antonelli College was the best decision I ever made." Mrs. Hall is a graduate of New Albany High school and began her studies at Antonelli College in 2010, Mrs. Hall transitioned into the workforce and is currently employed with Bryan Nelson P.A. Sanetra is one of two-hundred and eight Nationally Certified Paralegals in the state of Mississippi.

 Mrs. Hall will accept her award at the GREAT Awards Ceremony on March 4, 2014 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

"Sanetra was an exceptional student and is an amazing young woman. We were proud of Sanetra as a student and continue to be proud of her as a graduate," said Steve Bryant, Campus President. "She is a perfect example of what an education can help someone accomplish in life and we are so happy for her to receive the GREAT Award and to serve as a representative of Antonelli College's graduates."

Antonelli College's Paralegal Studies Program prepares students to become an asset to the legal community by training them to conduct legal research, draft legal documents, and assist in all aspects of litigation. If you would like more information about the paralegal studies program or any other program at Antonelli College, please visit our website at www.antonellicollege.edu, our Facebook page at facebook.com/AntonelliCollege1, or contact us by phone at 601-583-4100.

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