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Institute of Medical and Business Careers Penn Hills Campus honors fourth graduating class

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Forty-seven graduates of the Institute of Medical and Business Careers processed into the ballroom of the Comfort Inn on July 29 for the fourth graduation program of the Penn Hills campus. IMBC offers career training programs in allied health, dental, computer and business. In addition, the Institute offers an online program in allied health and business.
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IMBC graduate Tamika Wilbon celebrates with her sister, Cassie Brown.
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Karen Woolheater, a graduate of the IMBC online program, poses with her daughter Mackynzee, 3.
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Michael Euliano, IMBC president, takes a moment to chat with graduate Amber Smith, her two children, Jonathan and Lacey, and Becky Rodriguez, her grandmother.

The Institute of Medical and Business Careers held its fourth annual Graduation Ceremony on July 29, 2019, at the Comfort Inn on Rodi Road.

The Institute of Medical and Business Careers Penn Hills campus is a branch campus of The Institute of Medical and Business Careers, which is located in Erie. It was established in 1995 and for more than 24 years has been a market leader in the Career Training industry in the Pittsburgh region, training men and women to enter into the workforce with professional certifications and job-ready skills. Training areas include allied health, dental, computer and business, just to name a few.

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