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    Not All Pay Is In Dollars

    Seeing a strong need, the Bryant & Stratton College Workforce Solutions group met with ARC of Monroe and built a four-week training program designed for Direct Support Professionals. Read more in our blog!

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  • Veteran Chad Miller smiling for a photo with his service dog at Bryant & Stratton College

    From Air Force Veteran to the Middle of the Atlantic

    Bryant & Stratton College Amherst campus medical billing and coding student Chad Miller served in the United States Air Force, where he met his rowing teammates. The four veterans decided to take on a unique challenge that would not only test their physical limits but also raise awareness for a cause close to their hearts. Read his story in our blog!

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  • BSC Alumnus Abby Krahl smiling for her photo

    PTA Alumni Spotlight: Meet Abby Krahl '21

    Bryant & Stratton College Class of 2021 Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) alumni Abby Krahl faced numerous obstacles that could have held her back from completing her degree. As a guest blogger, Abby shares her incredible story with us.

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  • PTA students learning on a patient

    A Dive into the Bryant & Stratton College PTA Program

    October is National Physical Therapist Assistant Month, a time where we get the chance to celebrate physical therapists (PT), physical therapist assistants (PTA), and PT and PTA students. Learn more about the PTA program offered at Bryant & Stratton College in our blog!

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  • Alumni Mia Collins smiling with Blue the Bobcat

    Health Services Administration Alumni Spotlight: Meet Mia Collins

    When Mia Collins started working in healthcare, she still felt like something was missing; a lack of education. B&SC was able to offer her the opportunity to earn her degree while maintaining her day-to-day obligations as a mom and military wife.

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  • Healthcare worker working from home on a laptop

    Healthcare Work From Home: Is It Possible?

    Many employees now work from home at least part of the time. While many medical professionals need to work onsite, especially in clinical roles, there are plenty of career paths in the healthcare field that allow for at least partial remote work. Learn more here!

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