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.
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.
Do you have a New Year's resolution? With 2019 only a few days away, now is a great time to consider what improvements could be made to your professional life. Whether you are looking to switch careers or advance in your current field, Stautzenberger College is ready to assist you. Here's how a career resolution could help you this year:
It's one of the busiest times of the year! With the holidays here and a new year just around the corner, your schedule may be booked with plans with family and friends. Are you dreading returning to work once it ends? Maybe you are spending the holidays working and want a new career that affords you more time with loved ones? At Stautzenberger College, we offer programs to help many students, such as graduate Chasity Massey, reach their desired careers.
“Never stop, even when everything seems to be crumbling.”
Shanikqua Coogler knew first-hand what this phrase meant when she said it. When Ms. Coogler was only sixteen, her mother passed away. Even though she was young, Ms. Coogler believed that if she had known what to do, she might have been able to prevent this tragedy. This conviction led her to pursue a career as a medical assistant.
Does real-world training sound more exciting than just sitting in a classroom? Stautzenberger College’s surgical technology program contains classroom study and a 160-hour externship at a hospital or other medical facility. Alison Edwards did her externship at Alliance Community Hospital.
“I have never been good at school,” says recent graduate Kasey Lampson. “I was lazy in high school and never did my homework. I had to train myself to focus to succeed.”
We may not be a matchmaking school, but we can connect you to the career of your dreams.
Are you someone others come to for career or relationship advice? Consider the human resources field.
If you are more of an animal person, we have a vet tech program as well.
“If you don't believe in yourself, nobody will.”
This was the motto that Katlyn Gagnon lived by as she progressed through Stautzenberger College's veterinary technician program. Her passion for animals inspired her to begin her journey at Maumee campus, and support from her instructors kept her motivated. “Renee Vollmar, Assistant Chair of the Veterinary Technician Program, always challenged me to be my best!” said Ms. Gagnon.
Forced from her home, Lauren Rico desired a better career but could barely stay afloat, even with two jobs. Stautzenberger College's medical assistant program was just what Ms. Rico was seeking. Between her classroom lessons at Maumee campus and externship at Spring Valley OBGYN/PEDS, she learned how to provide excellent patient care. Not only would a medical assistant career put her in a better place financially, it would allow her to live out her passion of helping others.