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When I was pursuing my mass communication degree at Trevecca Nazarene College (now University) in Nashville, not only did I take classes in broadcasting, I worked six days a week on the school radio station, WNAZ.  It proved to be invaluable experience.  But, I wish there had been another component to my college education--the opportunity to use my growing skills on the mission field!  That's the vision of Jacquelyn Core, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost of Waynesburg University in Pennsylvania.  Dr. Core takes Waynesburg students who are studying communications to TWR's facility on Bonaire where they are put to work.  Now I would call that a "kind of overwhelming" experience!

Click here to learn about ways to serve with TWR and for a link to Waynesburg University