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  • Kiara Rouse enrolled at Bryant & Stratton College in the fall of 2018 determined to begin her educational journey and career in healthcare. As her time at the college came to a close, she found herself loving the medical field so much, that she decided after graduating in December of 2019 with her Associate Degree in Medical Assisting, that she would continue her education and pursue Nursing.  On top of applying for Nursing School, Kiara also faced the obstacle of seeking employment in ...

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  • Waiting lists of up to a year can often limit students wishing to pursue a Physical Therapist Assistant or Occupational Therapy Assistant degree to just that, waiting. With so many programs enforcing wait lists that keeps students on the sidelines, their career pursuits are put on hold as they wait to hear when they can begin classes. That is not the case at Bryant & Stratton College as students in the OTA and PTA programs are able to enroll without having to sit on a waiting list.  T...

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    According to data from MyMajors.com, there are more than 1,800 educational majors offered at colleges and universities around the world. From more general areas of study to hyper-specific majors and everything in between, you certainly have your pick.  If you’ve had one area you excel in or are passionate about, it’s likely easy for you to choose a major. For others, it’s not as simple. Perhaps you’re not sure where your interests lie, or you’re torn between t...

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    If you have a creative mind and strong tech skills, a career in graphic design might be a good fit for your future. Earning a degree in graphic design is a good starting point for this career, but there are several additional skills you may find you also need to achieve success. Whether you get them through your degree program or learn them somewhere else, you will want to develop all six of these: 1. Coding Skills While graphic designers aren't typically the ones building complete websites, und...

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    Here at Bryant & Stratton College, we recognize that people can't put life on hold to take college courses. Whether you're going back to school to pursue a new degree or want to advance in your current career field, there is a way you can do this with greater ease. You'll have access to the resources you need to learn, grow, and succeed in a supportive environment. When it comes to getting a degree or certificate, what more could you want? A Balanced Approach to Your Education Students know ...

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    Competition can be intense when seeking a new position of employment in the workforce these days. If you aren't updating your skills and growing in your career field, you may be left behind for more qualified candidates. One way to ensure that you are staying relevant in your field is by taking continuing education classes. Updating your skill set through these classes can help you reap a number of benefits such as becoming more eligible for promotions, opening up different employment opportunit...

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  • So, you’ve made the decision to further your education. Congratulations! Enrolling in college will benefit you in many ways, and can further enhance your career and experience. Though you may already have a field of study in mind, it is equally important to determine which degree program will align with your professional and academic goals. Student at Bryant & Stratton College currently have three levels of academic programs to choose from; diplomas, associate degrees and bachelor&rsq...

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  • For 20 years Gregory Jonas taught the finest officers in Wisconsin how to handle their weapons as a firearms instructor. Now, as an instructor at Bryant & Stratton College Criminal Justice program at the Bayshore campus, Jonas’ classes are slightly less intense. “I love getting people this knowledge and letting them know about the justice system,” Jonas said. He is especially excited to see non-criminal justice majors in his classroom who simply want to know more about th...

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    Patient Gratitude My 91-year-old mother has been going to the same primary care doctor for 10 years. Over the years, the CMA (AAMA) at the office has become an important part of my mom’s care. Not only is she incredibly compassionate, friendly, and thorough, but she also has a knack for getting my mom to open up. Whenever the doctor asks my mom how she’s doing, she always says, “Fine.” But when the CMA (AAMA) talks with her, my mom often reveals how she’s really f...

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  • Holly Klingler, M.A., M.L.I.S., works in a library. But there is nothing quiet and contained about her day. Instead, she spends her hours darting between the needs of 540 libraries in northeast Ohio, providing training, leading discussions in strategic planning and teaching kids how to code. Klingler you might say is super librarian. Oh, and the classically trained philosopher also teaches online Bryant & Stratton students career development theory and practice. “I’m a bit of a...

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