Jad Al-Bjaly: MyComputerCareer graduate – May 28, 2015

 Yesterday afternoon, the kids and I battled terrible traffic (to the beautiful sound of the Rugrats Movie)  to attend Jad’s graduation ceremony from MyComputerCareer. We made it in the nick of time, and were excited to see him waiting outside for us. The building is beautiful, with glass doors and windows everywhere. The elevators were like mirrors.

I was a little nervous about the kids sitting through the graduation, but luckily, it was very low key.

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The program! We were pleasantly surprised to see Jad’s name in it under Outstanding Achievement Award.

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            He was so cute walking up there getting his diploma.

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They spelled his name right!

After the diplomas were given out, it was time for special recognitions. Jad received the award for earning the most certifications (8) in eight months.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mcc8

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The Graduates.

The best part of the graduation was Dominos Pizza and a huge cake with a vanilla side and a chocolate side.

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This is Jad with his favorite teacher.
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Proud Daddy took the boys to see his classroom.
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A partial family picture outside. I had to prove I was there!

We are so proud of Jad. The time went by so quickly. He put in twice the minimum required hours. He has a couple months to finish his last two certifications. We thank God for blessing him with the desire, motivation, energy, and knowledge retention required for such a feat.

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