Struggling to stand by your New Year's resolution? If you are serious about completing a new career program this year, you could make that goal feel more manageable by breaking it down into smaller, shorter steps. The following tips could help as you start your journey toward a new profession:READ MORE
Health issues could throw your whole life into confusion. Having to alter your lifestyle, make regular doctor appointments, and pay for medication and hospital bills could be a nightmare. That's why graduate Ashlee Wilkerson studied at Stautzenberger College: She wanted to help patients find solutions and feel at ease.READ MORE
How many people do you see on an average day? Try to count all of the drivers and pedestrians on the roads, customers in the grocery store, and parents picking their kids up from school. The number could be so overwhelming that the people become a sea of faces rather than individuals with names. When you look at four-year universities and see thousands of students walking across campus, you might feel that you would be just a number there, too.READ MORE
Amanda Bumpus became a medical assistant despite discovering that she had cancer. “It's never too late to follow your dreams,” she says.READ MORE
How hard are you willing to work toward your goals? Making career changes and educational progress could seem difficult when you have work and family obligations. However, for students like Emily Hastings, the results were worth the challenges.READ MORE
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.READ MORE