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
Mother's Day may be behind us, but every day is a great opportunity to appreciate those who put their children first. For some mothers, pursuing a degree and new career is a meaningful way to support their families. That is why Jessica Avery chose Stautzenberger College.READ MORE
Compassionate. Supportive. Experienced. You expect your nurses to display these traits when you go to a doctor's office for care. Shouldn't your nursing instructor be held to the same standards? Mrs. Sheila Butler is committed to demonstrating kindness and proficiency while training future nurses at Stautzenberger College's Brecksville campus.READ MORE
Have you ever opened your refrigerator to find that there was something wrong with the temperature? Maybe you've come back from a long day of work in the summer heat only to find that your air conditioner is malfunctioning. Desiring to be more self-sufficient and solve problems like these for himself and his family, David Beck decided to pursue a diploma in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration.READ MORE