I went to Stautzenberger College for Medical Assisting.
Soon, I fell behind on homework. I rushed in and out of classes to get home so I could take care of my family. Then my babysitter quit. That was the final straw. I stopped attending school.
Instead of reaching out to the kind staff at SC, I continued to let myself get overwhelmed. My disorganization grew worse until I just gave up.READ MORE
Some 30 Million jobs in the US that pay an average of $55,000 per year don’t require bachelor’s degrees.1
What career do you truly want? Reaching your ideal career may feel like a distant dream. Many believe that without a bachelor's, they cannot hope to have a fulfilling future. They are mistaken. Plenty of employers are searching for qualified candidates with associate degrees and program specific diplomas.READ MORE
Interested in veterinary technician training but unsure of where you will work after graduation? Stautzenberger College partners with local employers who provide externships and jobs to students. If you live near the Brecksville Campus, Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital is one such employer helping graduates live out their passion.READ MORE
Wanted: Vet Tech to Care for Precious Pup
Hello, I am a good dog, the best dog, but I got hurt chasing a dog away from my six-year-old master. Was worth it to protect her.
Looking for vet tech with loving heart to heal me. If you are not vet tech yet, maybe you will learn?
SC trains many vet techs all year round and teaches them AVMA required material and self-confidence.READ MORE
Are you ready to study medical assisting where employers search for qualified graduates?READ MORE
Ready to begin your allied health career? At Stautzenberger College, we do not stop at helping you earn your associate degree. Our career services team places students with positions to launch their new careers. Ms. Robin Linn, a 2018 graduate, has already settled into a great job at ProMedica ProMedica Headquarters. Working for the accounts payable department of the award-winning hospital has been fulfilling, and she wanted to give career services her gratitude.READ MORE