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Graduate Highlight - Sydnie Nordin
Graduate Highlight - Sydnie Nordin

Every good veterinary technician strives to improve animals' health. Sydnie Nordin, recent Stautzenberger College graduate, went a step further by prioritizing animals' health over her own.

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Graduate Highlight - Emily Liske
Graduate Highlight - Emily Liske

Isn't life better with friends? Whether you're exercising, watching a movie, or going to school, sharing your experiences could make the time more memorable. When Emily Liske decided to make a career change, she was able to share it with her friend as well.

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Graduate Highlight - Veterinary Technician Kayle Phillips
Graduate Highlight - Veterinary Technician Kayle Phillips

Unsure of where you may live in the future? We help students like Kayle Phillips prepare for careers that could be as flexible as they are.

Do you love to travel? Are you unsure of where you might live five years from now? At Stautzenberger College, we help students prepare for new careers that could be as flexible as they are. Recent graduate Kayle Phillips is taking the experiences she gained through the veterinary technician program with her as she relocates. 

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Graduate Highlight - Veterinary Technician Program -  Katlyn Gagnon
Graduate Highlight - Veterinary Technician Program - Katlyn Gagnon

“If you don't believe in yourself, nobody will.”

This was the motto that Katlyn Gagnon lived by as she progressed through Stautzenberger College's veterinary technician program. Her passion for animals inspired her to begin her journey at Maumee campus, and support from her instructors kept her motivated. “Renee Vollmar, Assistant Chair of the Veterinary Technician Program, always challenged me to be my best!” said Ms. Gagnon.

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Instructor Highlight:  Dr. Tiffany Cole, Veterinary Technician Program
Instructor Highlight: Dr. Tiffany Cole, Veterinary Technician Program, Maumee Campus

Cat fangs. All it took was one television program about large cats to spark Tiffany Cole's passion for animals. Researching cat dental diseases for a high school biology project, she found herself becoming more interested and studying animals extensively. She soon realized that she could spend the rest of her life engrossed in the topic of animal health. Following her teacher's advice, she decided to pursue a career in the veterinary field.

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Become a Veterinary Technician

If you love helping animals, then consider becoming a veterinary technician.  

Would you like to do most of your schoolwork from home?  How about a career in Animal Welfare Management.  

Just fill out our request information form and we will listen to your needs and then help you decide which career path is right for you.

 

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