West Coast University and American Career College Sponsor "Swing for Autism"
IRVINE, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - For the third year, West Coast University and American Career College are sponsoring Orange County's "Swing for Autism" event. Proceeds from the annual November golf outing benefit the New Vista School, which promotes academic achievement and fosters independence for middle and high school students with Aspergers syndrome, autism and language learning disabilities.
"Autism continues to be a growing issue," said David Pyle, Executive Chairman of the Board of West Coast University and founder and CEO of American Career College. "It seems everyone knows someone who is touched by autism - a family member, friend, or acquaintance. Sponsoring this event is one way that the schools can make a positive difference in the lives of real people in our community."
Giving back to the community is one of the founding principles of both West Coast University and American Career College, and is evident in many aspects of university life. First and foremost, students receive a high-quality education, which is critical for providing quality health care when they graduate and become professionals in the field. Beyond academics, our schools give students many opportunities to volunteer at health-related events throughout the Southern California communities where our campuses are located. Both West Coast University and American Career College demonstrate our commitment to improving the lives of residents through philanthropic giving, such as Swing for Autism.
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