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  • Fire Science

    Jamie Potter, Reynolds graduate and firefighter, is a lieutenant in the City of Richmond. She’s assigned to oversee truck Company 22. She earned her associate degree in EMS - Paramedic at Reynolds and is finishing her Fire Science degree part-time.Learn More about Fire Science Technology Opportunities!

  • Reynolds Fair

    The Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA) provides Workforce Wednesday webinars with the busy professional in mind. These one-hour, instructor-led sessions feature technology, customer service, business communications and management topics. Sign up today!

  • LinkedIn

    Job leads, career advice, connecting with your Reynolds professors and fellow alumni. Reynolds on LinkedIn lets you do all of it! Be sure to include J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College as an educational institution in your profile.

  Alumni News 

 Sara Mays



New Reynolds Grad Challenges Nursing Alumni to Give Back

Sara Mays, a May 2016 graduate, is wasting no time in giving back to Reynolds and encouraging her fellow Nursing alumni to do the same. Posting on Facebook, Sara wrote, “New grads: I charge you to help out future Nursing students. With the first paycheck as an RN, pay some bills, save a little, celebrate a little. With the second, I urge you to give to the NCLEX Challenge (especially if you benefited from it) - a fund that helps graduating Reynolds nursing students pay for the NCLEX and state licensure."  Read More. 


 Josephine Iwatsubo

Reynolds Alumna Publishes Children's Book

Josephine Iwatsubo has been able to achieve one of her childhood dreams by becoming an author with the publication of her first book “The Missing Cookie”.  The book has become a testament to Iwatsubo’s hard work as a student at Reynolds where she graduated with a Liberal Arts degree in May 2014.  Read More.


Sara Falzone

Achieving Her Goals While Saving Time and Money

Sara Falzone followed the advice of her VCU adviser and completed her associate degree at Reynolds before transferring to VCU.  “I wouldn’t have been able to afford four years at a university,” she says. “Now I’m at a university that is more expensive, and starting in community college has made it possible for me. It wouldn’t have been possible otherwise.”  Read More. 


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