The Woodbridge Campus is reaching out to local leaders and the community to discuss economic empowerment, education, financial aid, workforce development and the value of a NOVA education. Dr. Mark D’Antonio (WO) recently attended the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Congressional Panel Luncheon on October 18 where he had the opportunity to discuss student interests with Congressman Gerald Connolly and Congressman Robert Wittman (R-VA 1st District).
D’Antonio also recently visited the Woodbridge office of the LIBRE Initiative to raise awareness about what NOVA’s Woodbridge Campus has to offer to the Hispanic community. Accompanied by Dr. Carmen Figueroa and Professor Stephanie Harm, the group discussed the value of NOVA courses, certificates and degrees, job training, financial aid and transfer agreements.
The LIBRE Initiative is a national nonpartisan nonprofit aimed at enriching the lives of the Hispanic community in the U.S. through education about the benefits of limited government and the principles of economic freedom.