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Why further your education?
Why further your education?

Tuition, transportation, and time away from work may seem like hurdles too great to continue your education. However, investing in your future now could result in great long-term gains. Here are just a few ways that beginning a career program at Stautzenberger College could benefit you.

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Graduate Highlight - Justin Furmanek
Graduate Highlight - Justin Furmanek

Persistent. Dedicated. Passionate. That's what you have to be to reach worthwhile goals. Even when recent Stautzenberger College graduate Justin Furmanek thought he had no shot at getting a job helping animals due to inexperience, he never stopped trying. As a result, he is enjoying the career of his dreams today.

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Instructor Highlight - Chris Greene
Instructor Highlight - Chris Greene

The quality of a class often hinges on the teacher. That's why at Stautzenberger College, we take the hiring process very seriously. We seek instructors who understand and can communicate to students the necessary concepts, philosophies, and principles for their educational, personal, and professional development. One such instructor is Brecksville's Chris Greene.

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Do You Light Up When Asked About Your Job?
Do You Light Up When Asked About Your Job?

My dad has been in the hospital for over a week. After seeing how passionate hospital staff are about giving care, I now have a deeper appreciation for anyone in the medical field. Let me tell you about just a few.

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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 - Noelle Moore
Graduate Highlight - Noelle Moore

Any dog owner could tell you how seeing wagging tails when you're feeling down could brighten your day. For some people, dogs could even change the course of their lives. After 52-year-old Noelle Moore suffered from her fifth heart attack, she knew she would have to make some lifestyle changes, including a less stressful career. She was not sure what that job would be until she received some visitors in the hospital.

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