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For All Everest Enthusiasts
If you’re an Everest student or alumni, we are proud of you for taking a big step toward following your educational dreams. If you’re an Everest employee/staffer, then we know you’re helping change students’ lives every day. Whether you’re connected to an Everest College, Everest Institute, Everest University or Everest University Online (a division of Everest University), we want to give you a chance to show off your school pride with a special Facebook Twibbon!

What’s the “Everest for life” Facebook Twibbon?
The “Everest for life” Facebook Twibbon is a small, transparent graphic that you can add to your Facebook Profile picture. It’s really easy to add and is a great way to show that you’re proud of your connection with Everest.

How Do I Get the Facebook Twibbon?
To add the “Everest for life” Twibbon to your Facebook Profile picture, first make sure you’re signed in to Facebook. Then, just click on the image above or click here to go the “Everest for life” Twibbon page:

  1. Click the big “Facebook Connect” button to add the Twibbon application to Facebook, then click on the Facebook “Allow” button to finalize.
  2. You should be back on the Twibbon.com page. On the left, you’ll see the preview section for the “Everest for life” Twibbon and how it’s positioned on top of your Facebook Profile picture.
  3. Resize the “Everest for life” Twibbon however you’d like by using the “Twibbon size” slider bar. Drag/drop the Twibbon into the desired position over your Facebook Profile picture.
  4. Edit the “Optional Message of support” if you feel like it, then click the blue “Show my support now!” button to finish.

An update will automatically be posted to your Facebook Profile Wall and you should also see a new Facebook Photo Album called “Twibbons.” This will help your fellow Everest enthusiasts learn how to get their own “Everest for life” Facebook Twibbon!

Did You Know Everest Is on Facebook?
Yes, Everest has Fan Pages on Facebook! Check out your different options for joining the Everest Facebook community:

‘Dream Maker’ Award Honors Judge Nazaretian

TAMPA, Fla. — October 12, 2010 – Corinthian Colleges, Inc. today announced that Peter Nicholas “Nick” Nazaretian of Tampa, Fla., has been named the national recipient of the 2010 Dream Maker Award.

Nazaretian, a seasoned Hillsborough County Court Judge and host of truTV cable network’s “Pet Court,” was selected for his role as an outstanding instructor and faculty advisor at Everest University in Tampa.

Since 1992, Nazaretian has been a mainstay at the campus providing his skills and expertise as an instructor for career college students studying in the paralegal, criminal justice and criminal investigations programs.

“Judge Nazaretian deserves this honor. He is passionate about his students and dedicated to helping them achieve success,” said Mike Barlow, campus president. “He shares his job experiences to motivate them and to help them make their career dreams a reality.”

The Dream Maker Award, presented by Everest University’s parent company, Corinthian Colleges Inc., recognizes instructors who have changed student lives for the better through education. Nazaretian was selected from among instructors teaching on more than 100 campuses across the U.S. and Canada.

Everest University-Tampa is located at 3319 W. Hillsborough Ave. in Tampa, FL 33614. The campus offer programs and degrees in accounting, applied management, business including MBA, computer information science, criminal investigations, criminal justice, electrical, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), massage therapy, medical assisting, medical insurance billing and coding, paralegal and pharmacy technician.

Corinthian Colleges, Inc.

Corinthian Colleges, Inc. is one of the largest post-secondary education companies in North America. The company’s mission is to prepare students for careers in demand or for advancement in their chosen field. Corinthian offers diploma programs and associates, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in a variety of high-demand occupational areas, including healthcare, business, criminal justice, transportation technology and maintenance, construction trades and information technology. More information can be found on Corinthian’s Web site at www.CCi.edu.

Media Contact: Jamie Floer, APR, Wragg & Casas Public Relations
Contact by phone: 407-244-3685 or email: jfloer@wraggcasas.com

In this Telly Award-winning Everest commercial, actual graduates talk about their personal experiences with Everest College. Every day, people are making the decision to change their lives and Everest College is proud to be there to help make their dreams a reality.

If you need high-quality career training to take that next step in your life, visit Everest4MyLife.com!

Assistant Nursing instructor Jocelyn Seitz-Keough runs us through a classroom lesson on how to insert an IV needle.

“I enjoy working with the students here because I’m able to interact with them and see when they’re really putting all the pieces together when they’re caring for their patients. It’s just exciting to see the light bulbs go off.”

To search for an Everest Nursing program in your area, visit Everest.edu.

School ranks 30th on CollegeSurfing.com’s list of 50 social media innovators

SANTA ANA, Calif. (March 16, 2010) – Everest College was recently named to CollegeSurfing.com’s list of 50 Social Media Innovators in Higher Education, earning a bronze medal in the Web 2.0 College Olympics. Everest placed 30th among 50 schools.

On Everest specifically, the online affiliate of the CollegeBound Network noted that Everest “tweets to help nontraditional students learn about education options and posts plenty of individualized encouragement on its Twitter feed. This is a school that really knows how to connect with each student. The quality of each tweet earns the school a bronze medal. Also, the chat option on the website allows prospective students to connect with a person in real time and get their questions answered about academic programs and opportunities.”

“Twitter is a great customer service tool; it optimizes response times and adds a personal touch,” said Jon Barilone, a member of Everest College’s social media team. “Our approach is to personalize our online communities and encourage conversation about our brand by engaging our Twitter and Facebook users. Whether it’s a simple conversation, answering their questions or directing them to additional resources, our job is to make sure they get the information they need.”

Other bronze medal winners included Harvard, Vanderbilt and the schools of the University of California system. Tufts University in Massachusetts was ranked No. 1.

About Everest

Everest Colleges, Institutes and Universities provide career-oriented diploma and degree programs in healthcare, criminal justice, skilled trades, business, paralegal, and information technology. Everest has more than 100 schools in the U.S. and Canada. Everest is owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc., one of the largest post-secondary education companies in North America. Everest’s social media sites are Everest College Twitter, Everest MySpace, and Everest Facebook. Contact Everest for more information about schools, programs and features.

Everest will hold a New Year’s Resolution Contest on YouTube that will reward 11 lucky winners for sharing their 2010 New Year’s Resolutions.

Entrants only need to create and upload to YouTube a 60-second-or-less video in which they share their 2010 New Year’s resolution; videos will be judged on creativity, quality and originality.

One grand prize winner will receive two FREE airline tickets, and an additional 10 winners will receive a $50 gift card.

We are officially launching this contest Monday, January 4, 2010 and the entry period ends at 11:59 p.m. on January 31, 2010.

Entrants can participate by visiting http://resolutions.everest.edu or by posting a YouTube video response to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTj_s1pFJIM

We will post the winning video on our YouTube Channel the week of February 8, 2010 and also compile and similarly post a vignette of some of the more interesting video entries.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Students at Everest University – one of Florida’s leading career colleges with 14 campuses across the state – are taking the stress out of the holidays with free massage clinics for shoppers, “Knotty to Nice.”

The students, in training to be licensed massage therapists (LMTs), will be available on a first come, first serve basis to provide free chair massages from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11 and 18 at Orlando Fashion Square, East Colonial and Maguire in Orlando.

In the spirit of the season, donations for the mall’s partner, A Gift for Teaching, are appreciated.

What: Free Holiday Massage Clinic “Knotty to Nice”. Donations to A Gift for Teaching (www.agiftforteaching.org) are welcome.
When: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays, Dec. 11 and 18
Where: Orlando Fashion Square, East Colonial Drive and Maguire, Orlando, FL 32803, at Maguire Blvd. in Orlando.
Who: Everest University – North Orlando campus massage therapy instructors and students will be giving free chair massages to shoppers

Photo Opportunity:
Come in knotty…make a donation to charity…leave nice!
Everest University – North Orlando campus massage therapy instructors and students will be giving free chair massages to shoppers, massage tips and demonstrations of stress-busting techniques. Must be 18 years old to participate, or 17 years old or younger, must be accompanied by an adult.
Sore-shouldered photographers/videographers welcome!

Everest Universities and Institutes
In addition to massage therapy, Everest provides career-oriented associates, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in business, healthcare, criminal justice, paralegal, and information technology. Everest has more than 15,000 students at 14 campuses in Florida and participates in the Florida Statewide Course Numbering System. Everest is owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc., one of the largest post-secondary education companies in North America. Learn more about other Everest programs. Media may contact Jamie Floer, APR, Wragg & Casas Public Relations, phone: 407-244-3685, or email: jfloer@wraggcasas.com.

Everest College Information

Everest provides students with short-term career training in a variety of popular programs*. Our schools offer diplomas and/or degrees in:
Students can also earn online degrees through Everest University Online, a division of Everest University.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit www.everest.edu/disclosures or www.everestonline.edu/disclosures.

*Programs vary by campus.


Show off your Everest Pride with a custom "Twibbon": a small graphic you can add to your Facebook and/or Twitter profile pictures.

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