Built into the core values of Thomas Nelson Community College and Goodwill Industries
AIM stands for Advanced Integrated Manufacturing, a promising new program being rolled out by Thomas Nelson Community College. The AIM program’s goal is to create the 21st century workforce this region’s economy needs to thrive and grow.
Thanks to the prerequisite courses she completed at Thomas Nelson Community College, Heather Harris was able to enroll in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Her long term goal is to become a nurse practitioner, and she is set to complete her studies at Johns Hopkins in 2018 with a Master of Science Degree in Nursing.
Tomas Nelson Community College is ranked as one of the top colleges in Virginia and 15th in the nation on the Military Times Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges 2016 rankings.
Meet the Faculty
Sandra Robertson didn’t start her career with the objective of becoming a college professor. The teaching profession found her.
When auditioning for roles in the arts, performers are aware that they may be waiting a while for their big break.
Trying the uncertain has worked out well for English instructor David Kleinman.
Thomas Nelson Professor Janice Hathaway was honored with the opportunity to exhibit her collages at The Eugenio Granell Fundación in Santiago de Compostela, Spain during summer 2016.