Herbert Sim honored with the ’30 Under 30′ Award
Founder of WardrobeTrendsFashion, Herbert Sim, was honored by Oklahoma City University with the ’30 Under 30′ Award. The awards ceremony was held during the ‘All Alumni Weekend’ earlier in April. Herbert is the first and only Asian that made it into the Top 30 to be honored with this award so far.
Herbert shared about his experience in Oklahoma City University where he graduated with Bachelor of Arts (in Liberal Studies with concentration in Mass Communications) at a seminar in December 2015 in Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) about the degree being the choice university programme to working world.
In August 2015, Herbert forged a partnership between WardrobeTrendsFashion and global charity organization, World Vision, as their media partner. World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
“Herbert has been a never-ending support to our organization, playing the important role of public relations as a media partner, creating awareness for poverty alleviation and child sponsorship programme,” Janice Evidente, Communications Division Manager at World Vision shared, “He has participated and contribute much in the assistance of children in their harsh circumstances. Herbert has brought in many people to donate and volunteer for the charity. His great positive attitude, dedication, are highly commendable.”
See the full list of the top 30 alumnus under the age of 30 who has shown significant contributions to their profession, community, society or university here.
The list was also featured on the latest issue – Fall 2016 issue of FOCUS – Alumni Magazine of Oklahoma City University, read the issue here.
Listing of Herbert Sim ’30 Under 30′ Honors in Oklahoma City University Alumi Magazine – FOCUS
Founded in 1904 as Epworth University under the sponsorship of two Methodist Episcopal Churches and in co-operation with the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City University (OCU) has become a highly regarded educational institution in the USA and internationally.
With a tradition for quality, personalised and value conscious education since 1904, OCU is highly committed to academic excellence. It has been dedicated to the objective of bringing together a well-qualified student body, excellent teaching facilities, outstanding competence and the most advanced ideas in both curriculum and teaching methods.
Nationally and Internationally, OCU is recognized as being on the cutting edge in preparing its students to participate in international business life.
The University acts as a validating body for the certificate, diploma and advanced diploma programmes in mass communications and marketing management offered by MDIS. The undergraduate programmes in mass communications are taught directly by the university.
Reviews of Oklahoma City University, USA:
- OCU is ranked 25th under the ‘Regional Universities (West) Rankings’ by the US News and World Report Best Colleges Rankings 2015.
- Accedited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)
- Identified in 2014-2015 as one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by the Institutional Research & Evaluations, Inc.
- Named by The National Review College Guide as one of the top 58 liberal arts schools in the US
- Named one of the ‘Best College in the Western Region’ by the Princeton Review 2015
Oklahoma City University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), the University Senate of the United Methodist Church, the National Association of Schools of Music, the American Bar Association, the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma State Board of Education and the Oklahoma State Regents.
Regional accreditation by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools is the recognition criteria used by the United States government.