Graduate Spotlight



Graduate Spotlight: Ngozi Anderson

By Jeran Moultrie

I would like to take a moment to congratulate one of the Young Adult Learning Center’s 2015 GED graduates, Ngozi Anderson!  Mr. Anderson joined the program in January 2015, while employed at Steele Foundation LLC. After being informed he would need to obtain High School credentials in order to sustain employment with the company, Ngozi decided to join the Maya family to complete his studies.

With the new exam being rumored to be very difficult, Ngozi was excited to take on the challenge. Possessing a consistent and determined work ethic, coupled with help from the YALC academic team, he was able to gain the skills needed to successfully pass all four sections of the GED. Ngozi has even become a great motivator for other students seeking to pass the test and overcome other hurdles.

I am excited to mention that Ngozi has already enrolled in the Workforce Development Program at UDC. He plans to concentrate on the Electrical Certification Program. Ngozi is a pleasant and respectful young man who is a pleasure to spend time with. I speak for the entire staff at Maya Angelou YALC when I say: we wish you the best in your future endeavors!