Why choose Stautzenberger College for your veterinary technician training?
Why choose Stautzenberger College for your veterinary technician training? Veterinary technician instructors like Julie Nedolast make our associate degree program unique. Extraordinarily devoted, Julie is ready to show others that being a veterinary technician is not work, but a lifelong passion.
When she began working in the veterinary field in 2005, Julie was a part-time receptionist/assistant. However, she expanded her animal knowledge by earning an associate degree in veterinary technology. In 2010, she graduated from Brown Mackie College of Findlay with honors. For the next six years, she worked as a registered veterinary technician in small animal practice.
After realizing how much she loved mentoring new technicians, she decided to become a full-time instructor. Julie joined the Stautzenberger family in October 2016 and began teaching Advanced Animal Medical Techniques. Loved by her students and enthusiastic about her work, Julie soon found herself being promoted to chair of the veterinary technician program.
To Julie, the belief that veterinary technician work must be a passion, not just a job, takes precedence over all. It is every technician's duty to provide optimal care for the patient. Julie lives out this conviction daily and hopes to inspire future students to do the same.
Julie looks forward to speaking with you! If you would like to connect with her, simply fill out our Request Information form. An admissions representative will contact you to arrange a meeting. Soon, you could be transforming lives as well.
You might click out of this window. You might go about your day and forget that you read this. You may push off submitting the Request Information form until later. But in five years, will you regret not taking action today?