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Press Release – For Immediate Release
Pueblo, Colorado – Dean of Faculty Cristina Sandoval and Associate Dean of Faculty Shonna Dent take IntelliTec College to new heights in the community as Ambassadors for The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. They are gaining exposure for IntelliTec College through continuous community involvement and volunteerism. They are also making vital business connections in the community that may benefit students in future career placement.
Ambassadors Shonna Dent and Cristina Sandoval have been placed on specific teams within the Chamber that are assigned to ribbon cuttings and events around town, providing them with several opportunities to represent IntelliTec College in the public.
The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce has been aiding the business community and helping to build a stronger economy in Pueblo, Colorado since 1912. The Pueblo Chamber is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization. It provides opportunities for members to better their businesses and connect with others in the business community by offering seminars and programs to them.[boilerplate 1-caption-insert-before]Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Cristina Sandoval from IntelliTec College of Pueblo[boilerplate 2-caption-insert-after] [boilerplate 3-image-insert-after]Dean of Faculty Cristina Sandoval explains her experience with the chamber as being rewarding. “It’s an opportunity to be a part of something that shares our commitment to Pueblo!” she comments.
Associate Dean of Faculty Shonna Dent feels that the involvement of Cristina and herself with the Pueblo Chamber will greatly benefit the students as they are helping to build IntelliTec College’s reputation every time they participate in a community event. For example, Dent recently attended a ribbon cutting for the 20th anniversary of the Pueblo Surgery Center. There she spoke to an office manager and one of the surgeons from the center about IntelliTec’s medical assistant program and the skills that the students graduate with.
Dent describes her personal experience with the Pueblo Chamber by saying; “I have truly begun to accomplish my goals of volunteering for our community by becoming an Ambassador for The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. I look forward to being able to put the college name out in the community and continue to help gain more contacts for our students and graduates.”
To find out more about the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce or to become an ambassador for your business, go to: http://www.pueblochamber.org/.[boilerplate about-pueblo]
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