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Community scrapbook: Carlyn Ervin

Posted: July 1, 2012 1:30 a.m.
Updated: July 1, 2012 1:30 a.m.

University of Phoenix Southern California Campus recently commemorated the graduation of more than 2,500 students earning associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees with a ceremony at the Citizens Business Bank Arena. Among the graduates was Carlyne Ervin, a Valencia resident who graduated with a Master of Business Administration (MBA).   

“I would like to congratulate Carlyne Ervin and the class of 2012. Every student graduating has succeeded because of their hard work and determination, and we are incredibly proud of them,” said University of Phoenix Southern California Campus Vice President, Kendra Angier.

Ervin, who has worked in the human resources industry for the last several years, has provided career guidance for a number of individuals.

Two years ago, she decided it was time to focus on her own career and professional advancement.

Ervin started classes at University of Phoenix, and shortly after signed up to take the Professional in Human Resources exam.

Now, having earned her MBA, and successfully passed the human resources exam, she has taken on additional responsibilities at her job with the National Health Foundation, where she oversees staff and human resources policy.

“It’s my passion to work with others, and provide guidance that will help them reach their full potential,” said Ervin. “I am so grateful to University of Phoenix and the high caliber faculty who traveled this road with me.

Because of them I was able to continue to work full-time and earn my MBA. The skills I learned in the classroom one night were immediately relevant in my office the next day.

While it wasn’t always easy, my MBA has helped me advance in my career, and allowed me to recognize my leadership skills.

Now that I have achieved this goal, I hope to write a book and I’m pursing motivational speaking. With hard work and dedication, anything can happen, and I credit my education for where I am today and where I’ll go tomorrow.”



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