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Homes of Hope

Homes of Hope
Antonelli College visits Homes of Hope for Christmas

Students, Faculty and Staff of Antonelli College spent an evening making the holiday season a little brighter for the children living at Homes of Hope. Kim Richardson, Dwanna Toney, Judy Edwards, Johna Barker and Joseph Starkey visited the facility bringing Santa Claus, pizza and goodies to the 14 children housed at the facility.

Homes of Hope for Children is the vision of Dr. Michael Garrett .The mission of Homes of Hope for Children is to serve children in crisis throughout Mississippi by providing strong, Christian homes to every child that lives on campus while ensuring that each child is loved unconditionally and has their physical, spiritual and emotional needs met. They have one home for boys and one home for girls. Seven children live in each home with a set of full-time house parents.

Antonelli College donated a Christmas tree to the girl’s cottage, digital cameras for both cottages, pajamas and stockings for all the children, gifts for the house parents, as well as gift cards for Christmas dinner. “All of us were moved by the experience to say the least,” said Kim Richardson, Dean of Students, “we colored, ate pizza, and played derby cars in the middle of the den.”

Antonelli College is committed to helping their students grow both personally and professionally by teaching students to give back to their community.

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Four Future Antonelli Grads Pass Mississippi State Board Exams

Four Future Antonelli Grads Pass Mississippi State Board Exams

Congratulations to future graduates Misty Byrd of Richton, Christopher Harrison of Heidelberg, Tiffany Irwin of Laurel, and Clementine McAllister of Prentiss for your accomplishments and passing the Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy Licensure Exam.

“Passing this exam will enable these students to become Licensed Massage Therapists and will qualify them to work anywhere in the state,” said Rob Kennedy, Department Chair of Massage Therapy at Antonelli College. “I am so proud of our instructors Allison Butler and Jenny Marable, but most of all, I am proud of our students. They have all worked really hard and I believe they will be very successful in their chosen career field.”

Each of these students has great intentions in the field of massage therapy. Their proven participation in workshops, community service, and clinics will place them in the most desirable positions for employment or self-created work situation. We know that with the level of instructors offered at Antonelli coupled with this recent 100% pass rate, other graduates of our College will pass the exam and create new career opportunities for themselves. You can be one of them.

Antonelli College is a technical college that offers quality training that is essential for students who wish to acquire the skills necessary to gain a competitive edge in the world today. Antonelli empowers individuals by providing quality, career focused education and the development of life changing skills.Training programs offered by Antonelli are designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in nine medical and business programs combined.

If you have any additional questions or would like more photos of the event please contact me at 601.583.4100. Thank you.

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Antonelli College Photography Graduates Show Work at Local Gallery

Antonelli College Photography Graduates Show Work at Local Gallery
Antonelli College 2011 photography graduates showcase their work at art gallery Pop Revolution.

Cincinnati, OH: December 9, 2011 – Six recent graduates of the Antonelli College photography program will be showing their art work at the cutting edge art gallery Pop Revolution in historic downtown Mason, OH.

"Our students are producing truly exceptional work," said Andrea Millette, Photography Department Chair of Antonelli College in Cincinnati, Ohio. "This is an opportunity for them to showcase their work, and for the public to see the talent and passion our graduates have for the art of photography."

The graduates presenting their work are: Matthew Baylor of Hamilton, OH; Dana Christman of Cincinnati, OH; Toni Florence of Bellevue, KY; Sara Hunter of Monroe, OH; James Payton of Hamilton, OH; and Ashley Zych of Burlington, KY.

"This is the chance to present these graduates to the public, introduce them and their work to the community, and help them start their career as photographers," said John Engelman, a photography instructor at Antonelli College. "And this is a chance for the community to see the tremendous artwork these graduates are producing. We're proud of them."

Pop Revolution is open to the public, and is located at 105 East Main Street, Mason, OH 45040, with free parking in the rear of the building. There will be an open reception for the graduates on Friday, December 16th from 5:00pm to 9:00pm at the gallery. Refreshments will be served at the reception.

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Antonelli College Hosting a Haunted House

Antonelli College Hosting a Haunted House
Proceeds from the event benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH–Antonelli College will host a Haunted Carnival on October 29th from 4:00pm to 8:00pm at the downtown campus, 124 East 7th Street.  The College is partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati (BGCGC) for the event, and all proceeds from the Haunted Carnival go to benefit the organization.  Volunteers from the BGCGC will be working with the students, staff and instructors from the college to greet visitors, and deliver thrills and frights.  

The event is open to the public, with five floors of the college campus transformed into a Haunted Carnival designed to provide excitement for all ages.  Attractions for younger children include the Door of Curiosities, Madame Butterfly’s Boutique, and the Spider Queen’s Lair.  For older guests and those looking for bigger scares, there is the Carnival of the Undead, the Clown’s Funhouse, the Misfortune Teller, and the Jack-the-Ripper in a Box.  Visitors in costume can also have their picture taken for free by Antonelli College photography students. 

Visitors can also learn more about the programs the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati offer, and find information on the programs at Antonelli College.

The price of admission to the Haunted Carnival will be an open donation to the BGCGC.  For more information, contact David Oeters (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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Hattiesburg Campus Annual Career Fair

Antonelli College Annual Career Fair

Today, Thursday, September 15, 2011, Antonelli College hosted their Annual Career Fair for the Greater Pine Belt Area. This free, event allowed job seekers to learn about available jobs in the Pine Belt Area, interact with recruiters for local companies, and apply to open positions right here at the Hattiesburg Campus.

“We’re excited to be able to organize this Career Fair every year for the local community. We know and understand the state that the current economy is in and we truly want to do our part in assisting talented applicants with meeting local employers,” said Career Services Director Beverly Ellzey.

Other participating agencies included: Forrest General Hospital, Southeast Mississippi Rural Health Initiative, Inc., Howard Industries, Onsite Health, Wells Fargo, Bancorp South, Pioneer Health Services, Domino’s Pizza, Home Depot, United States Marines Corp., Kelly Services, BeautiControl, Mary Kay, and Clear Channel Radio.

Campus President Steve Bryant said, “The public participation was spectacular and we thank all of our vendors for participating.  This is the second year for the Antonelli College Career Fair and it’s grown over the past two years greatly.  I believe it will only continue to grow and I’m already looking forward to next year’s event.”

Antonelli College is a career-focused school that offers programs in some of today’s fastest-growing career fields.  At Antonelli your classes focus specifically on the knowledge and skills you need to confidently step into a new career, and our flexible courses are tailored to fit a busy lifestyle.  

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Online Campus Moves into New Offices to Meet Growing Demand

ANTONELLI COLLEGE-Online MOVES INTO NEW OFFICES TO MEET GROWING DEMAND
The College invites public to join them for a ribbon cutting ceremony August 11 at 11:30am.


Jackson, MS.,- Antonelli College Online invites the community to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the expansion of the Antonelli College online division on Thursday, Aug 11, at 11:30am at their new facility on 1755 Leila Drive in Jackson, MS.  The online division is one of five Antonelli College locations across the country offering Associate’s degrees tailored to high-growth career fields.  Through their online division, Antonelli College offers hybrid classroom learning to students across the country.

“We are excited and privileged to offer opportunities online that will continue to uphold Antonelli College standards of providing exceptional educational experiences,” Antonelli College President of Online Audra Kimble said. “The ribbon-cutting ceremony provides an opportunity for the community to celebrate with Antonelli College faculty, staff and students.”

In 2008, Antonelli College launched its online division to give students an option of learning and earning a degree from their home through online coursework.  Since then, the online division has continued to grow.  Due to the division’s success and continued growth, and to meet student needs, more than 50 employees are moving into the larger offices on Leila Drive.  Later in the year, Antonelli College expects to hire more employees to be located in the new facility.

The indoor ribbon-cutting event will include a brief ceremony with light refreshments to follow. Featured speakers include Audra Kimble, President of Antonelli College Online; Lynda Raines- Director of Membership Services of Greater Jackson Chamber; Jackson City Officials and Ambassadors of the business community.

For more information, please contact Michael A. Lee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Antonelli College ‘A-Campaign’ Wins 2011 Telly Award

Antonelli College ‘A-Campaign’ Wins 2011 Telly Award
Advertising campaign selected from more than 11,000 entries as a Commercial Bronze Winner

Naperville, IL– The Antonelli College ‘A-Campaign’ was recognized as a Bronze Award Winner by the Telly Awards, a New York City based awards organization.  Plattform Advertising, the Lenexa, KS-based advertising partner of Antonelli College, developed the creative and execution for the campaign.

The A-Campaign television spots are the introductory phase of the rebranding efforts of the College which launched in January.  Other elements of the campaign included newly designed logo, website and collateral.  “We really wanted to re-launch the Antonelli College brand in a new and exciting way,” said Nicole Hoadley, Corporate Marketing Associate for Antonelli College.  “With the ‘A-Campaign,’ we wanted to communicate that attending Antonelli College is just the first step in a journey that leads to ‘A Better Tomorrow.’  It’s more than just a tagline; it’s a reality for our students, graduates, and employees.  The television spots are effectively telling our story to the community.”

Founded in 1979, the Telly Awards recognize outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs each year, as well as the best in video and film productions, and web commercials, videos and film.  This year, entries were selected from nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.  Judges are past Silver Telly Award winners, and include some of the top advertising and production professionals.  Past award winners include Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, Time Warner Cable, EvansHardy +Young inc., and the Miami Dolphins.

In addition to being a Bronze Winner of the Telly Award, the ‘A-Campaign’ received a 2011 Platinum Hermes Creative Award in the Advertising/Television Spot category by the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals.

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Antonelli College Adopts Hattiesburg High School

Antonelli College Adopts Hattiesburg High School

Antonelli College would like to announce that they have officially partnered with Hattiesburg High School to become the school’s first official adopters. Hattiesburg High School is the largest high school in the city of Hattiesburg with a current enrollment of 1,244 students 9th through 12th grade.

Hattiesburg High School principal, Robert Sanders, is excited about the partnership and said, “I truly feel this partnership with Antonelli College will further enhance student and faculty endeavors in our quest for academic excellence.”

Steve Bryant, President of the Hattiesburg Campus, said, “I am excited about our new partnership with Hattiesburg High School and the opportunity to work with them on their needs. Antonelli College is happy to assist the school in the mission of providing a quality education to the students of Hattiesburg High School. We are so happy to be able to help the school through volunteer opportunities, financial support, and other ways and we look forward to building a lasting relationship with the school.”

Antonelli College is a technical college that offers quality training that is essential for students who wish to acquire the skills necessary to gain a competitive edge in the world today. The objective of Antonelli College is to provide a solid foundation of skills, knowledge and training in a student's chosen field.  Training programs offered by Antonelli are designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in nine medical and business programs.

 “Part of our mission is to increase the level of education throughout the community. We are looking forward to enhancing the future of Hattiesburg students,” said Kim Richardson, Dean of Students.

Antonelli Collegeis located just north of downtown Hattiesburg, Mississippi, off State Highway 49. Antonelli offers small class sizes, friendly and knowledgeable faculty, flexible scheduling, and career placement partnerships with several major local employers.

Ethel Payton, an instructor and liaison at Hattiesburg High School, had this to say about the recent partnership, “Through this partnership, the Hattiesburg High School family will reap the benefits of donated computers, as well as the knowledge base of Antonelli Colleges’ teachers and students through tutoring programs.  Antonelli College has already been instrumental in promoting school spirit by donating funds to obtain food for tailgating and funds to assist in honoring teachers with perfect attendance. We are excited and look forward to all of the other great things that Hattiesburg High and Antonelli will do together.”

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Antonelli College Announces New Partnership

Antonelli College Announces New Partnership
Antonelli College’s Partnership with New England College of Business    

Naperville, IL- Antonelli College is pleased to announce a new educational benefit now available to all employees, their immediate family members, and Antonelli College graduates.

 Antonelli College has entered into a partnership with the New England College of Business (NECB).  This will enable Antonelli College employees, family members, and graduates to achieve a new Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at an affordable cost. “We are excited about the partnership with New England College of Business and Finance.  We expect that the partnership will provide our employees with additional professional development opportunities in pursing their graduate education, and that an opportunity to complete Bachelor’s degree programs at NECB will be a valuable one for our Associate’s degree graduates”, said Dr. Vlad Dolgopolov, Vice President of Academic Affairs.

NECB offers several Baccalaureate and Master’s degrees in the fields of business, with multiple concentrations in each program.  The partnership agreement entitles Antonelli College-affiliated individuals to receive a tuition discount that brings the cost per three-semester credit hour course to $675 for undergraduate programs and $1,410 for MBA and MS programs.

NECB has agreed in principle to accept transfer credits from Antonelli College, and this will provide Antonelli College’s Career Services Offices with additional options in helping our graduates make further education decisions.  Additionally, Antonelli and NECB are beginning to work on comprehensive articulation agreements for business-related programs between the two institutions that will simplify this process even more.

NECB was selected as an educational partner for several reasons:

  • Accredited by one of the most respected regional accreditation organizations, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
  • Over 100 years of historyeducating successful business professionals
  • Career-focused courses– taught by industry experts and business leaders
  • 100% online– Degree programs are tailored for working adults
  • An astonishing 95% of students surveyed rated their overall satisfaction as exceeding expectations 

 For more information, please contact Vlad Dolgopolov at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Antonelli College Community Outreach Oseola McCarthy

Antonelli College/Oseola Mccarty Youth Development Program
Community Outreach

This summer Antonelli College’s Hattiesburg Campus partnered with The Oseola McCarty Youth Development Center for their Summer Career Camp June 20-24, 2011. The camp is designated for high school students, grades 9-12.This summer  approximately 25 of the programs youth were visited by Antonelli College Instructors, Program Directors, and Program Chairs, who, not only discussed the different programs and careers that Antonelli has to offer but also demonstrated to the youth that they have options for their future!

Antonelli faculty and staff spoke to the youth about their Massage Therapy, Medical Assisting, Medical Coding, Information Technology, and Business Administration programs.

The event was organized by Ms. Tamekia Bynum who concluded the week with the students visiting the Antonelli College Hattiesburg Campus where they enjoyed breakfast with some faculty and staff and had the opportunity to tour the facility.

Ms. Kim Richardson, Dean of Students, concluded the tour by showing the children a short presentation on goal setting.

Antonelli College and The Oseola McCarty Youth Development Program partnered because we share a common goal; which is to create an educational experience that will help students grow academically, personally, and socially as they not only become a qualified professional but a well-rounded member of society.

If you have any additional questions or would like more photos of the event please contact me at 601.583.4100. 

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Antonelli College Recognizes Dean’s and Director’s Lists

Antonelli College Recognizes Dean’s and Director’s Lists
37 students recognized for quarterly success   

CINCINNATI – A total of 37 Antonelli College students have been named to either the Director’s or Dean’s List for academic achievement in the 2011 Winter quarter. Of the group, 14 students accumulated a perfect 4.0 GPA earning placement on the Director’s List; the remaining 23 were awarded Dean’s List accolades for their 3.6 – 3.89 GPA.

In total, seven of Antonelli College’s nine degree programs are represented and the list is comprised of just over a tenth of the total student population.   

“To be named to an elite group in any undertaking is an achievement, but to place such a high emphasis on your education and work to improve your future is truly commendable,” said Executive Campus Director, Karen Gautreau.

Interior Design, the fourth largest program at Antonelli College, led the rankings with 21 percent of the students being named to either list.

“The students accept any challenge we give them and these honors are a testament to how hard they are working to build their skill set for the future,” said Deborah Norman, Interior Design department chair. Among those included in the Interior Design group was Paola Roumani, the 2011 Winter cohort Valedictorian.

Graphic Design, the second largest program at Antonelli College, was a close second with just under 20 percent of their student population being recognized.

“We have a sign hanging on our floor which states ‘Good art hangs on your mom’s fridge, great design is created at Antonelli College’ – as you can see, the students believe in this mantra and are pushing themselves to create something more,” said Melissa Ferguson, Graphic Design department chair. 

Members of the Director’s List include: Matthew Baylor (Photography), Autumn Bennett (Photography), Heather Campbell (Graphic Design), Anita Colon (Hospitality Arts), Irene Hiteman-Sexton (Photography), Charles Lepak (Photography), Kristal Miller (Interior Design), Ericka Reed (Massage), Paola Roumani (Interior Design), Christopher Rumer (Photography), James Sams (Photography), Lenaya Spinelli (Interior Design), Heather Tolf-McDermott (Non-Degree Seeking) and Sasha Turner (Graphic Design).

Members of the Dean’s List include: Laura Beck (Photography), Trisha Day (Photography), Jennifer Graham (Photography), Adelia Jefferson (Massage), Sashia Jenkins (Graphic Design), Mitchell Jobe (Graphic Design), Sara Klimczewski (Photography), Amber Kolde-Johnston (Interior Design), Alysia Lang (Interior Design), Temesha Love (Medical Coding), Suzanne Norman (Interior Design), Keith Ohmer (Graphic Design), Olivia Parrish (Graphic Design), James Payton (Photography), Celicia Portwood Cole (Medical Coding), Gwyneth Ravenscraft (Graphic Design), Roberta Reid (Business Administration), Ashley Seiter (Interior Design), Jessica Sizemore (Graphic Design), Jamie Voet (Medical Coding), Marques Wilcox (Graphic Design), Kennady Wolfe (Photography) and Ashley Zych (Photography).

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Antonelli College Announces Social Media Management Program

Antonelli College Announces Social Media Management Program
Becomes first known school to offer Associate of Applied Business – Social Media Management degree

HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Antonelli College announces the addition of the Social Media Management program to their existing list of 17 academic offerings spanning four disciplines across five facilities.  The Mississippi campuses, located in Hattiesburg and Jackson, will be the first to host the program.  Classes will begin on May 10, 2011, but interested students may begin enrolling by contacting an Admissions Representative at (601) 583-4100.

Antonelli College received approval for the program from the Accrediting Commissions of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) at the end of March.  With the approval, the school will become the first known college or university in the United States to offer an accredited associate degree specifically focusing on social media management.

The program was designed to prepare students to navigate, and help to define, the rapidly changing world of social media as both a professional tool and personal communications channel.

“With many organizations adding social media marketing to their integrated marketing plan, we felt that there was a definite need to educate capable individuals with an ambition to pursue this field,” said Steve Bryant, Campus Director. “We are very excited about the possibilities that the Social Media Management program will offer our students and our community.” 

“As we researched the trends in areas such as social media and inbound, outbound and mobile marketing, the need for this degree was clear,” said Jason Davis, Corporate Marketing.  “As a career college our mission is to provide a quality education to future members of the workforce and respond to the most in-demand fields.”

Per a 2010 Nielsen study, Americans spend 906 million hours on social networks and blogs per month – validating Davis’ statement that the need to manage and provide content for such networks is evident.

Yet, social media managers are responsible for more than releasing snippets of information via Twitter or updating a Facebook status.  The SMM program’s foundation is enriched with disciplines such as economics, marketing, public relations and entrepreneurship.   These elements resulted in the program residing in Antonelli College’s Business and Information Technology  department.  As social media success relies on engagement and two-way communication, coursework will also stress principles such as branding, culture, ethics and predicting future trends. 

Students who enroll in the program full-time can expect to graduate in 21 months.  Upon completion, graduates may seek entry-level employment in various industries, with the most promising including healthcare, telecommunications, retail and automotive.  Should they choose to be self-employed, the field provides opportunities as independent consultants.

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Antonelli College Recognizes Cohort with Degree Distinction

Antonelli College Recognizes Cohort with Degree Distinction
Roumani and Dorsey receive top honors; Sizemore named Antonelli Achievement recipient

CINCINNATI – Paola Roumani and Blaire Dorsey were rewarded with top academic honors as a total of 11 students earned their Occupational Associate of Applied Science degrees. With a final overall GPA of 3.79, Roumani was named Valedictorian while Dorsey’s 3.69 GPA gave her the Salutatorian distinction. Roumani studied Interior Design while Dorsey studied Photography.

Of the cohort, Sean Fried (Florence, Ky.) walked for his degree in Business Administration while Jessica Sizemore (Cincinnati, Ohio) acquired her degree in Graphic Design. In addition to Roumani (Cincinnati, Ohio), Raquel Diallo (Cincinnati, Ohio), Nicole Makin (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Suzanne Norman (Hamilton, Ohio) received their degree in Interior Design. The Photography graduates were Dorsey (Ft. Thomas, Ky.), Laura Beck (Cincinnati, Ohio), Alphie Hill (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Kevin Parker (Cincinnati, Ohio). Also, Lisa Martin (Wilmington, Ohio) completed her Medical Coding requirements. From the group,  Roumani graduated with magna cum laude honors; Norman, Beck and Dorsey were awarded cum laude chords.

The graduation ceremony was held on Mar. 30, at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Alumna Deanna Evans served as the keynote speaker. Evans is a 1990 Antonelli College graduate and the owner of Fresh Event wedding planning services.

“The path I am travelling was ultimately jumpstarted by the education I received at Antonelli College. I hope to motivate and inspire the students to set a creative path for their own future accomplishments,” said Evans.

Prior to the ceremony, the cohort was recognized at a luncheon and awards ceremony where Roumani was the lone graduate to be named to the Director’s List (quarterly GPA of 3.9 or higher) while Sizemore, Norman and Beck were included on the Dean’s List (quarterly GPA of 3.5 or higher).  Sizemore was selected as the Achievement Award recipient.

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Antonelli College Joins National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda

Antonelli College Joins National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda
Organizations to benefit student engagement    

CINCINNATI – Antonelli College is proud to announce the addition of the National Technical Honors Society (NTHS) and Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) to the list of student focused organizations on campus.

“I am pleased to offer students the chance to expand their horizons through involvement with the National Technical Honors Society and Phi Beta Lambda,” said Executive Campus Director Karen Gautreau. “Both organizations are synonymous with excellence in the education process and beyond into professional industries.”

The National Technical Honors Society recognizes student achievement in career and technical education. Charters are granted to high schools and two-year colleges offering career and technical programs. Antonelli College is one of 119 educational institutions in Ohio with a charter and one of nine in the Queen City. 

Students working toward their Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology with a 3.0 GPA and above will be eligible for membership. As a member of the National Technical Honors Society, students will have access to more than $90,000 in scholarships and potential to compete for awards via the Silver Star of Excellence program and Hall of Fame distinction. 

“Membership in the NTHS is a perfect reason for students to excel in the classroom. While the member title is something they can boast about professionally for years, the scholarship opportunities offer immediate rewards,” said Lee Foley, Information Technology department chair and NTHS advisor.

Phi Beta Lambda, the post-secondary division of Future Business Leaders of America, reaches over 11,000 college students. Upon their graduation, alumni have the opportunity to continue their commitment to the organization’s mission through the Professional Division.

“Many of our students have entrepreneurial aspirations after graduation; the great thing about PBL is it is offered to all programs, not just those studying business,” noted Christa Eldridge, Hospitality Arts department chair and PBL advisor. “In offering our entire population the chance to participate, those in any program can refine their business and networking skills.”

Antonelli College also inducts academically advanced students into the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honors Society once a year; quarterly students can earn placement on the Dean’s or Director’s List. 

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Antonelli College Participating in the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase

Antonelli College Participating in the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase
Interior Design program applies coursework for Value City Furniture Face-Off   

WEST CHESTER, Ohio– Members of the Antonelli College Interior Design program are competing in the Value City Furniture Face-Off at the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association Home and Remodeling Showcase. Their work will be exhibited at booth #411 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Event times are 4 pm – 8 pm on Friday, Feb. 4, 10 am – 8 pm on Saturday, Feb. 5 and 10 am – 4 pm on Sunday, Feb. 6.

Each pair will create a unique vignette with merchandise donated by Value City. Represented rooms will include a modern dining room, transitional living room, master bedroom and a bedroom for a female pre-teen. Students of the Residential II class have been working on the project since the beginning of the Winter quarter. Preparation for the Value City Furniture Face-Off has included CAD drawings, Google SketchUp, site visitation and various sample reviews.  

Showcase patrons will be given the chance to explore the finished space, ask questions of the designers and vote for their favorite execution. Value City will also be giving away a $500 gift card to one lucky visitor.

“The Value City Furniture Face-Off is a very exciting opportunity for everyone involved,” said Brian Miller, Executive Vice President of the Northern Kentucky Home Builders Association. “We are happy to give the Antonelli College Interior Design students the platform to apply their industry knowledge and skills in a real world setting. There is no better way to build a portfolio and client base than to actually create a space where thousands of eyes will have the chance to explore it.”

The Antonelli College Interior Design program offers coursework toward an Associate of Applied Business in Interior Design and graduates may choose to focus on commercial, residential or institutional design. The program is a proud member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).

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Millette Among Top Winners in International Juried Photo Contest

Millette Among Top Winners in International Juried Photo Contest
Antonelli College photography chair places third in Soho Photo Krappy Kamera® XIII contest  

CINCINNATI – Andrea Millette’s photo Dixon’s Flower Shop placed third of 1,300 entries in the Soho Photo Krappy Kamera® XIII International Juried Competition. It will join approximately 50 other pieces in a framed exhibition at the Soho Photo Gallery in New York City from Mar. 1 – Apr. 2, 2011. This was Millette’s first-time entering the competition.

Dixon’s Flower Shop is one of 32 images included in her “American Facades” collection. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Millette is currently working toward her Master of Fine Arts through the Academy of Art University, San Francisco. “American Facades” is the focal point of her thesis project.

Millette has taught photography at Antonelli College since 1998 and in 2004 was promoted as the department chair.

Phillip S. Block and Steve Rooney of the International Center for Photography served as the jurors for the competition. Block is the Deputy Director for Programs while Rooney is the Director for Finance and Administration. Successful entries created an “extraordinary photograph produced by a camera with a lousy lense.”Award distinction included three top-place prizes, three Honorable Mentions and the Holga Inspire Award. 

The Soho Photo Gallery is the oldest artist-run photography gallery in New York City. It was established in 1971 by a group of photojournalists and avant garde photographers who were seeking an alternative gallery space in which to exhibit their work.

 

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Graduate Receives Antonelli College Achievement Award

Ladasharea Weatherspoon, of Hattiesburg, MS, was presented with the Antonelli College Achievement Award at the annual Graduate Luncheon at Southern Oaks House and Gardens on Monday, January 3, 2011. 

Each quarter, Antonelli College awards an outstanding graduate with the Antonelli Achievement Award.  This award is presented to a student who has exhibited growth, perseverance, determination, and self-awareness through the course of his or her time at Antonelli.

Miss. Weatherspoon received an Associate Degree of Applied Business in Accounting from the Hattiesburg campus.  The faculty and staff of Antonelli College would like to congratulate Ladasharea Weatherspoon and thank her for her hard work during her course of study at Antonelli College.

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Antonelli College and Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North Form Partnership

Antonelli College and Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North Form Partnership
Hospitality Arts students to earn professional experience through hands-on training

CINCINNATI – Antonelli College has established a partnership with the Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North providing Hospitality Arts students the opportunity to study in a cooperative learning environment beginning in the winter quarter. The partnership affords students access to facility leadership in addition to the theory based curriculum.

"I am very excited for this partnership; there is not a comparable classroom atmosphere that can replicate the opportunities the students will have while learning in an actual hotel environment," said department chair, Christa Eldridge. "This is the kind of 'real world' education that advances our students to a new level in both practical experience and professionalism."

Beginning Jan. 5, students will attend instructor-led lectures at the venue in addition to completing rotations alongside the hotel staff as a part of the lab curriculum requirements.

"We look forward to Antonelli College's Hospitality Arts students attending classes and engaging at the Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North. Our property will be a great resource as we encompass all aspects of the program; Food and Beverage to Meeting, Conference and Event Planning," said General Manager, Ted Hyle.

The Crowne Plaza Cincinnati North offers 257 guest rooms, over 15 thousand square feet of meeting space and an onsite restaurant. Additionally, the venue has earned an Excellent meeting planner designation by the Crowne Plaza corporate office.

The Antonelli College Hospitality Arts program offers coursework toward an Associate of Applied Business in Hospitality Arts. Specializations include Food and Beverage, Hotel and Lodging and Meeting Conference and Event Planning.

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