Graduate Highlight - Matthew McCauley Practical Nursing
Have you ever been afraid to ask a question? Whether it was when you were in a new workplace, school, or social environment, chances are you needed to know something but were nervous about how others would respond. Some colleges have lecture classes so large that it could be intimidating to ask questions. However, our small class sizes, caring instructors, and knowledgeable tutors make it easy. Just ask recent graduate Matthew McCauley.
Mr. McCauley enrolled at Stautzenberger College because of his passion for assisting others. During the fourteen-month practical nursing program, he completed courses such as Medical Surgical Nursing, Anatomy & Physiology, Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, and Nutrition in preparation for a new career. Instructors helped him every step of the way and taught him to never be too shy to seek out answers. “Ask questions, there's no such thing as a stupid one,” said an instructor. He graduated and is excited to finally use his gift of caring for others to the fullest.
At Stautzenberger College, we encourage students to analyze situations and devise solutions based on everything they have learned. Our goal is to see students excel in their chosen career fields, and we believe that inquiry and critical thinking are integral parts of that journey. Don't be afraid of getting lost in the crowd; here, you will have opportunities to have all of your questions answered.
We hope Mr. McCauley's story inspired you.