Thinking of starting a program but unsure of the next step? Don't worry—Stautzenberger College's Brecksville campus admissions team has you covered. Prior to applying for admission, you can meet with our representatives to discuss your plans. They can answer your questions about career goals, school requirements, placement assistance, housing, and more. Our team can even aid you in completing application forms and scheduling an appointment with the financing department!READ MORE
You have always preferred hands-on work. You have seen job postings for HVAC technicians. Are you still deciding if HVAC training is right for you? At Stautzenberger College, Maumee Campus, we know that venturing on a new career path may feel unnerving. However, our instructors work hard to provide the knowledge and encouragement you need to earn your new job. Today we would like you to meet Mr. Jason Calton, the Maumee Campus HVAC program chair.READ MORE
In 1991, the National Receptionists’ Association created a day to give recognition to the dedicated men and women who do so much for our organizations. Receptionists are responsible for providing an excellent first impression to all customers, in person, and on the telephone. Today our Brecksville Campus is honored to recognize Karen McKown.READ MORE
At Maumee Campus, we take pride in making both students and staff feel like part of the Stautzenberger College family. As we celebrate National Receptionist Day, please join us in welcoming our new receptionist, Patricia (“Patt”).READ MORE
Have you ever been interested in a particular field but unsure where to start? You are not alone. Even Ms. Deborah Fazio, medical assistant program chair for Stautzenberger College's Brecksville campus, has been in that situation. She decided to try out medical assisting, and the results speak for themselves. Thirty-two years later, Ms. Fazio is still involved in healthcare.READ MORE
Will a robot take over your job? Online ordering apps, self-checkout lanes, self-driving taxis, automated brick laying, and even computer-generated imagery (replacing your favorite movie star)*.
Technology is overtaking many industries in profound ways. The good news is that there are fields which are still more suited for human workers than machines.