Dianne Odell: Bringing a Passion for Animals into the Classroom

From the time Dianne Odell was a child, she wanted to work with animals. But rather than follow her passion to a professional life in veterinary medicine, she earned a degree in computer science and worked in medical research and development. She had a family to
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2024-07-10T10:59:13-04:00July 10, 2024|

Arlene Toscano: An Aspiring Ranch Veterinarian Starting at Charter College

From the time Arlene Toscano was a child living on a ranch, she loved animals and dreamed of being a veterinarian someday. For the horses she rode, the chickens she raised, and the bunnies that hopped across the fields, Arlene wanted to make sure they all
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2024-06-24T13:11:20-04:00June 24, 2024|

Shannon Rutschke – A Small-Town Educator Making a Large Impact

From the time she was a child growing up in Cody, Wyoming, Shannon Rutschke always wanted to work in education. She became a special ed paraeducator and earned her degree in education while working. Soon, she had her very own fifth grade class. She was doing
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2024-06-17T14:55:19-04:00June 17, 2024|

How to Prepare for the National Association of Health Unit Coordinators Certificate Exam

The National Association of Health Unit Coordinators (NAHUC) Certificate Exam validates your knowledge and proves to current and future employers that you have achieved a specific skill level. Your credential is recognized throughout the healthcare industry and can help you stand
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2024-06-12T10:49:34-04:00June 12, 2024|

A.A.S Versus B.S. in Business Administration: What Can You Do with Each?

You want a business career, but you’re just starting out. Do you earn an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree? One path is shorter and less costly and the other gives you a stronger competitive edge. Here’s a closer look at what you can do with
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2024-06-10T10:19:02-04:00June 10, 2024|

Martin Andaya: Pioneering Paths in Computer-Aided Design Education

Martin Andaya had dreams of a career in architecture, but he knew he was unlikely to take a traditional educational route. He was impatient.

“My sister was in school at UCLA, and I noticed she had to go through all these General Education [GE] courses.
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2024-05-14T09:55:10-04:00May 13, 2024|

McKayla Lentsch: Bringing Passion to Dental Assisting Instruction

Born and raised in a small Minnesota town, McKayla Lentsch always knew she wanted to get out and see more of the world. With the support of her family, Mckayla decided to move to California while she was in school for marketing and journalism. But the
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2024-05-28T10:33:10-04:00May 8, 2024|
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