Stratford Career Institute Using Facebook to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Awareness

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Stratford Career Institute has officially begun a two-week fundraising campaign to raise money for breast cancer research and awareness.

Stratford Career Institute Supports Breast Cancer Research and Awareness

While many advances have been made regarding the eradication of breast cancer, the fact remains that more than one million women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year

Distance learning correspondence school Stratford Career Institute has launched a new fundraising initiative to raise money for breast cancer research and awareness.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Stratford Career Institute will donate one dollar for every new friend who “Likes” Stratford’s Facebook page beginning October 17, 2010 and ending at midnight on October 31, 2010.

“While many advances have been made regarding the eradication of breast cancer, the fact remains that more than one million women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year,” said John McNeff, Vice President of Marketing for Stratford Career Institute.

Stratford stresses that there are no obligations in choosing to “Like” their Facebook page and that the sole purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness and funds for a good cause.

“More than half of our students are women, so we feel this is an extremely important and relevant topic of which to raise awareness. We are proud to help support Susan G. Komen for the Cure® in their continued efforts in the global breast cancer movement,” added Mr. McNeff.

Stratford will post an update on their Facebook page on November 1, 2010 with the total amount of money raised.

For more information about this fundraising initiative, individuals can visit Stratford’s website at http://www.scitraining.com/Komen

About Stratford Career Institute

Stratford Career Institute is a distance learning correspondence school that employs a distinct educational training method allowing students to complete their studies and earn their career diploma at home rather than spending hours in a classroom.

Contemporary online tools combined with traditional correspondence education give students the flexibility to study when it is convenient for them. Instructors are available via e-mail and toll-free phone.

Stratford offers more than 60 career training courses in a variety of career fields, including a high school diploma program.

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