Have you searched for entry-level jobs but found that they required previous related experience? We know how important it is for you to have experience in your chosen career field in addition to education. That's why our veterinary technician program includes an externship that allows you to practice what you have learned in the classroom. Taylor Cope, Stautzenberger College graduate, found that this made an enormous difference in finding the right job for her.READ MORE
Stautzenberger College – Brecksville Campus
This month, many recent graduates became employed in their fields! We are very proud of our students' successes. Whether you are a current student or not, we hope that this list inspires you to start or continue your career journey.
Congratulations to the following graduates:
*Michael B – Banfield Pet Hospital of Aurora
*Andrea P – Meadowlands Veterinary Center
Tired of the same old routine? Have you been working the same job day after day with no career advancement in sight? Many of us struggle to pay the bills and never have time to think about what profession we would actually enjoy. Emily Stout was living this way as well until she decided to make a change.READ MORE
What if you could serve your community in multiple ways? For Stautzenberger College graduate Anthony Horton, serving in the military was not enough. Once he had completed his service, he began a new career that would allow him to keep giving back to others.READ MORE
Be inspired by people like Practical Nursing Graduate Amesha Reed, a single mother who worked while attending school.
Who challenges you to attain your goals? Having a friend, family member, or mentor to listen, offer advice, and push you one step further could make the difference in achieving results. For Stautzenberger College graduate Amesha Reed, there were several individuals who helped shape her destiny.READ MORE
Are your friends supportive and uplifting? If not, maybe now is the time to broaden your circle. At Stautzenberger College you could meet people who share your goals and interests.
“You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.” –Jim Rohn1READ MORE