Instructor Highlight - Chris Greene

Instructor Highlight - Chris Greene
Posted by Marie
On January 31, 2019
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The quality of a class often hinges on the teacher. That's why at Stautzenberger College, we take the hiring process very seriously. We seek instructors who understand and can communicate to students the necessary concepts, philosophies, and principles for their educational, personal, and professional development. One such instructor is Brecksville's Chris Greene.

Mr. Greene is no stranger to education. He graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 1986 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and history. In 1989, he earned his doctor of jurisprudence degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He has been practicing law for thirty years and is currently a magistrate/judge at two local courts, yet he still finds time to educate others. Mr. Greene has been teaching in higher education for fourteen years.

At Brecksville campus, Mr. Greene teaches SS101 (Student Success Strategies) and SS102 (Professional Success Strategies). The former class helps students develop their self-management, writing, emotional intelligence, study skills, creativity, critical thinking skills, money-management skills, and more so they can maximize their learning. The latter class assists students in preparing for the workforce by focusing on work ethic, conflict management, professional dress, negotiation skills, personal and group time management, ethics, interview skills, and specific professional standards for their chosen fields. Together, the two classes offer an abundance of beneficial material, and Mr. Greene has enjoyed helping students take as much away as they could from their lessons.    

We hope Mr. Greene's story inspired you. Whether you are interested in the paralegal, medical assistant, or construction management program at Stautzenberger College, please come in and talk to us today to find your career passion. Call 888.859.8225 or submit our Request Information form to learn more.