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The 2018 Penn Foster Graduation was held on June 2nd, 2018 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Over 3,000 people registered for the event, making it our biggest graduation yet! We had graduates come from all over the country - and even internationally - who wanted to celebrate their achievement in person. Our keynote speaker, John Valverde, YouthBuild CEO and high school graduate/performer, Quintavious Johnson made the day one to remember!

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June 2nd is the 2018 Penn Foster Graduation! Wherever you are, celebrate your success in a BIG way; you’ve earned it! At Penn Foster, graduation is all about feeling connected to your fellow grads, recognizing your accomplishments, and getting noticed by the #PFproud community.

Graduation is right around the corner, and it’s officially time to get excited! The grad-season spirit brings out the fun in us all, and what better way to ease those big-day jitters then by starting a small, relaxing art project. Though you’re sharing this event, it’s still your big day. If you’re looking to stand out and add your own personal touch to shine among the crowd, decorate your grad cap!

Whether you’re a fashion fanatic or have a daily “uniform” because you don’t want to waste time picking the perfect outfit, getting primped and prepped for a big event can be stressful. It’s even more stressful when the event is marking a major milestone on your journey to crush your goals. Not sure what to wear to this year’s graduation ceremony? Check out these style tips inspired by our 2017 grads!

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In teen movies, Graduation Day is the happily-ever-after ending the audience was waiting for. It’s the ultimate endgame, the end of years of hard work. And, sometimes, the lead up to graduation is the catalyst for any action and adventure that happens in the movie. Graduation in real life, as an adult, can feel quite a bit different. As adults, we’re busy, we have work and family and life going on, so taking time to sit back and celebrate our successes seems wasteful. But, even almost ten years later, I regret not going to my college graduation. Before you regret missing out on marking a milestone, check out a few reasons why you should attend your graduation ceremony!

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