Governet president Mark Svorinic gave the graduates of Pima Medical School some great advice last month. He reminded them of the importance of having a team in this marathon of life:
In treating life as a marathon, Mark encouraged the graduates to build their team, set mile markers, not get discouraged by “uphill” trials and use the flat-road times to refocus. What great advice for all of us.
Thank you, Mark!
Governet’s president delivers commencement speech at Pima Medical Institute
Mark Svorinic, president of Governet, a web-based company that creates and implements curriculum and program management software for colleges and universities around the world, encouraged graduates from Pima Medical Institute’s Mesa, Ariz. campus to build their team during a recent graduation ceremony in Phoenix.
“You will find the encouragement, motivation, truth and perspective that your team brings invaluable,” Mr. Svorinic told the 300 graduates. “Your team will help keep you focused, honest and, at times, humble.”
The graduation was held at the Chandler Center for the Arts, outside of Phoenix.
Founded in 1972, Pima Medical Institute is a medical career college with 15 campuses across the western United States. Pima prepares its students for the quickly growing healthcare industry in several fields of study. It’s the largest independently owned, private allied health school in the U.S. and is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.
In his speech, Mr. Svorinic, who has more than 25 years of experience in educational technology, compared life to a marathon and encouraged the graduates to set mile markers, to not get discouraged by “uphill” trials and to use the flat-road times to refocus.
Mr. Svorinic earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business education from the University of Arizona and his master’s degree in learning and instructional technology from Arizona State University.
Governet is a curriculum management systems innovator that helps colleges and universities totally automate the curriculum process: planning, approving and publishing. Through a network of individual institutions and statewide college/university systems, Governet is guiding the development of best practices standards for curriculum databases, workflow and the dissemination of curriculum information to a worldwide community of students and educators. For more information, call 208-522-1225 or visit www.governet.net.