Being a parent doesn't mean you have to give up on your dream career. Just ask Renee Moyer, a Stautzenberger College graduate. “I was working dead-end jobs, not going anywhere,” explains Renee. “Then the pandemic hit, and I was stuck homeschooling my daughter.READ MORE
Why choose a career in cannabis dispensary administration?
Prepare for More Opportunities in a Rapidly Growing Industry
While the medical marijuana industry is relatively new compared to others, it is gaining traction quickly. By training for this field and seeking employment now, you will be getting ahead of the curve. Many more employment options could be available to you than other candidates who apply in the future.READ MORE
Registration for the September 27th start is closing soon. Our career, admission and financial aid representatives are available to assist you. Choose from diploma and degree programs offered on campus and online. Classes are small, providing individualized instruction from our experienced, caring instructors. Whether you are preparing for your first career or feel ready for change, we are here to help you succeed.READ MORE
“Choose a job you love, and you'll never have to work a day in your life.” That's the advice many of us follow when picking a career path. A passion for animals is what drives most of our veterinary technician students to enroll in our program. However, we know that salary is an important consideration as well. The good news is that recently, the pay scale for vet techs has been increasing.READ MORE
“My education helped me find a career I love,” says Jenna Pleban, Stautzenberger College graduate. Jenna knew she wanted to spend her future living out her passion rather than settling for just any career. Her mother was the one who inspired her to become a veterinary technician. “My mother knew my love for animals and suggested it to me,” recalls Jenna.READ MORE
Sometimes, a fresh start is exactly what you need. After her marriage of 22 years ended, Cheryl Sparks began rebuilding her life. Pursuing a new career path was part of that effort. “I had always wanted to be in the medical field, so I chose this time to further my career,” Cheryl says.READ MORE