If you are contemplating your career currently, you are in good company. As we wind down 2020, many people are reflective about jobs, relationships and lifestyle. This is often the case in January, as people naturally look back over the past year to see what went well and what could be changed for the upcoming year.READ MORE
As long as people rely on air conditioners in their offices and refrigerators in their homes, HVAC/R technicians will stay busy. I'm Wyatt, and I'd like to show you why heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration is an excellent career field to enter.READ MORE
At Maumee Campus, Mr. Reed pursued his heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration diploma. Although he enjoyed the courses and looked forward to the prospect of a new career, the program came with its own challenges for him. “I worked third shift while raising a two-year-old and getting myself together as well,” Mr. Reed says. However, his favorite instructor gave him the extra push he needed to stay motivated.READ MORE
No high school diploma? No worries! Just because high school was not for you does not mean you cannot attend college. Our ten-month heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration diploma program could open up a number of new career possibilities for you.
There are many reasons why students do not graduate from high school, but we know that you still have the potential to succeed academically.READ MORE
Who was your favorite teacher in elementary school? How about in high school? It's amazing how certain instructors evoke strong memories and determine whether or not we have positive academic experiences. Mentors who dedicate additional time to tutoring, incorporate real-life applications into their lessons, and demonstrate compassion often turn difficult subjects into enjoyable ones. At Stautzenberger College, we believe that quality instructors are crucial to student success.READ MORE
How much could you gain from starting a career program at Stautzenberger College? According to recent graduate Christopher Bradford, “You get out what you put in.” If you put in the effort by attending class daily and completing all assignments, you could be well on your way to the career of your dreams.READ MORE