Vaughn Student Ambassadors: Nick – “Finding My Direction”

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Hello one and all!

My name is Nick. I’m writing this blog post to introduce myself and my role as a Vaughn College student ambassador. I’m a student at Vaughn, and I must say that it really is a great place to be. Don’t know what you want to do for the rest of your life? I didn’t either! But the faculty at Vaughn College helped me find my direction.

Let’s put it this way… I knew I wanted to go to college, but I wasn’t sure what for. After my experience at one of Vaughn’s open house events, however, I knew I wanted to go into aviation… and I knew that I was going to be attending Vaughn.

A little bit about me:

I am 27 years old, originally from New Jersey, and I am always having fun. I’m a Marine Corps Veteran, and while on active duty I was an aviation hydraulics mechanic, and attained the rank of Sergeant. Currently, I’m enrolled in the ATI Program at Vaughn College (AKA The Aviation Training Institute) to acquire my A&P license (Airframe and Powerplant) via the Federal Aviation Administration. After that, I will be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in aviation maintenance management at Vaughn. I’m all about making a better life for myself and Vaughn College has helped put me on that path.

One thing is most certainly true: The Vaughn experience is not something that you want to miss out on. As a Vaughn student ambassador, I plan on giving you as much insight into the life of a Vaughn student as I can. I hope you enjoy all of my and my fellow ambassadors’ photos, videos and blog posts. And if there’s something we miss or something you want to see, reach out to us! Send us an email at ambassadors@vaughn.edu. Thanks for checking us out!

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