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“Back in those days, there were a lot of male secretaries, so the men took secretarial classes,” he said. At the time, the school, which started with 18 students and two teachers, taught subjects including typing, shorthand, arithmetic, bookkeeping, business law and business English, he said.

Now, about 80 percent of the school’s students are women, Keller said. Although men or women can do any job they choose, the medical assistant and massage therapy students tend to primarily be females while the computer technology students tend to be males, he said.

“It’s a great [rewarding] feeling to take somebody that has an average 9-5, $7 to $8 an hour job and get them into a much higher paying position that allows them to take care of their families and themselves and advance their careers and do something that they love,” Fazio said.

Jessica Leibensperger, who received her diploma as a billing and coding specialist, said she was living in Limerick and working as a Certified Nurse Assistant when she started the course, but has since moved to Florida and now has a better job with more pay in a medical office.

“This graduation ceremony tonight represents a very important milestone in the lives of the graduates. It marks the ending of their education at LSB, but more importantly, it signifies the beginning of new careers that will provide fulfillment and satisfaction,” Keller said during the commencement ceremony.

“All of us here are proud of your accomplishments and we celebrate the hard work and determination that allowed you to achieve this accomplishment,” commencement speaker Robert DeSousa, state director for Sen. Pat Toomey and a former Pennsylvania inspector general, told the graduates.

“Back in those days, there were a lot of male secretaries, so the men took secretarial classes,” he said. At the time, the school, which started with 18 students and two teachers, taught subjects including typing, shorthand, arithmetic, bookkeeping, business law and business English, he said.

Now, about 80 percent of the school’s students are women, Keller said. Although men or women can do any job they choose, the medical assistant and massage therapy students tend to primarily be females while the computer technology students tend to be males, he said.

“It’s a great [rewarding] feeling to take somebody that has an average 9-5, $7 to $8 an hour job and get them into a much higher paying position that allows them to take care of their families and themselves and advance their careers and do something that they love,” Fazio said.

Jessica Leibensperger, who received her diploma as a billing and coding specialist, said she was living in Limerick and working as a Certified Nurse Assistant when she started the course, but has since moved to Florida and now has a better job with more pay in a medical office.

“This graduation ceremony tonight represents a very important milestone in the lives of the graduates. It marks the ending of their education at LSB, but more importantly, it signifies the beginning of new careers that will provide fulfillment and satisfaction,” Keller said during the commencement ceremony.

“All of us here are proud of your accomplishments and we celebrate the hard work and determination that allowed you to achieve this accomplishment,” commencement speaker Robert DeSousa, state director for Sen. Pat Toomey and a former Pennsylvania inspector general, told the graduates.