Concorde Career College Tampa Raises Money for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month

Wall display w/ facts about childhood cancer

Did you know that September was Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month? Concorde’s Tampa campus colleceted donations by holding campus wide Jeans Days.  Every Monday and Friday during the month of September, students and staff could pay $1 to wear jeans.  They raised over $500 to donate. Tampa’s Academic Dean lost her 13-year-old to cancer last year so the college donated this year in memory of Hannah.

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