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RAMIRO FROM JAM’N 94.5 TO SPEAK AT FISHER COLLEGE
Fisher College is pleased to announce that Ramiro Torres, host of The Ramiro & Pebbles Morning Show on Boston’s hip hop and hit music station Jam’n 94.5, will be a guest speaker discussing his career in radio broadcasting on November 8, 2012 from 2-3:00 pm in the Alumni Hall at Fisher College, 118 Beacon Street, Boston.
Ramiro Torres is one of the nation’s leading radio personalities and is a respected TV Personality in New England. Dominating the Boston radio airwaves for the past 12 years, he has recently gained national exposure by joining the United Stations’ Radio Network as host of the Weekend Top 30.
This event is open to the public and free of charge. To RSVP for this event, visit www.ramiroatfisher.eventbrite.com/#. Space is limited.
“Our students are buzzing about having Ramiro as a guest here at Fisher College,” states Dr. Thomas M. McGovern, President of Fisher College. “A well-known talent in New England, we’re sure that Ramiro will deliver an engaging and inspiring speech of his successful career in radio and television.”
About Ramiro Torres
Born in Everett, MA, Ramiro started his radio career by attending broadcasting school in Boston and landing his first job at a small New England station on the day he graduated. After his very first radio show, a Program Director gave Ramiro the opportunity to display his skills on Boston’s premier Hip Hop station, Jam’n 94.5. Shortly after his night and afternoon shows climbed to #1 ratings, Ramiro also became the #1 morning show host in Boston, a position he continues to hold to this day.
Ramiro has made numerous television appearances and hosts “Community Auditions,” a New England based television talent competition. He also serves as an on-air contributor for the Boston Red Sox post game show “Red Sox Final” on the New England Sports Network. In 2007 Ramiro was awarded a Latin Pride National Award for Excellence in Radio Broadcasting. To learn more, visit www.ramirotorreslive.com.
About Fisher College
Fisher is an accredited four-year college located in Boston’s historic Back Bay with instructional site locations in Boston, Brockton, New Bedford, and North Attleborough. The College provides affordable, real-world educations that prepare students to achieve their career goals and compete in today’s challenging economy. Fisher College’s Division of Accelerated and Professional Studies offers a variety of online degree programs that provide flexible scheduling to busy students earning their degree. Fisher believes that college is more than just an education—it’s a life-changing experience. For over a century, Fisher has been changing lives by providing opportunities to students focused on the three most important aspects of a college experience: education, dedication, and life. Small classes deliver personalized educational instruction, and Fisher’s dedicated faculty, staff, and alumni work collaboratively to ensure students have the tools they need to succeed during college and through the college-to-career transition.
Fisher College’s “Military to Management” initiative proudly offers benefits and flexible degree options to veterans and active military personnel seeking higher education. For more information about Fisher College, please call 1-617-236-8800 or visit www.fisher.edu.
More About Fisher College
Stemming from vocational roots, Fisher College offers a wide range of bachelor degrees, associate degrees and medical certificate programs.
The small school contains about 700 traditional-aged undergraduates and 650 continuing education students. Through both classroom and online teaching, students benefit from individual attention and challenging academics.
The college has grown significantly since being approved as a two-year institution in 1952. In 1970 it received accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Five years later it established the Division of Continuing Education, with branches in Boston, North Attleborough and New Bedford. The Fisher Online division, created in 1998, serves students from across the U.S. and world.