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  • Bryant & Stratton College soccer star Uros Momic was named USCAA Player of the Year the best player in the USCAA after the 15-goal, 5-assist season for the Bobcats. The senior takes the accolade in stride and is quick to point out that teamwork was the key to playing well. “This is possible because of the whole team’s work,” he said. “This is not just an individual success.” The Bobcats fell in their fourth-straight National Championship game in a 1-0 loss to ...

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  • As a player and now a coach, Amanda Belsito has worked to help Bryant & Stratton College’s Women’s Soccer program to receive national recognition. Those long hours paid off when she was named the USCAA Coach of the Year for 2018. “I’m very grateful and super excited,” she said. Belsito came to Bryant & Stratton in 2012 and played for four years earning the title of team captain and All-American honors. After graduation she served as a graduate assistant coa...

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  •  Second Annual Wellness Fair 854 Long Pond Rd. Wednesday, October 17, 11:00am - 4:00pm Come visit the Bryant & Stratton College Greece Campus for our Wellness Fair! This event will help inform people about the different ways to live a healthy lifestyle as well as employment opportunities within the healthcare field. You won’t want to miss out! Some vendors include: •            Rochester Regional Health • &n...

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  • Healthcare Info Sessions on August 22 and 23

    The path to a rewarding career in the healthcare field starts at Bryant & Stratton College. The Henrietta and Greece campuses will be hosting Healthcare Information Sessions on Wednesday, August 22 and Thursday, August 23 at 5:30 pm, respectively. Both events will provide the opportunity to discover the healthcare degree programs offered at the Rochester campuses. This includes the Medical Administrative Assistant associate degree, the Medical Reimbursement & Coding associate degree, t...

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  • Healthcare student looks into a microscope

    Now when you pursue a career in healthcare the jobs could soon be chasing you.

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  • Nurse providing care to a patient

    Where could you be in 18 months? Enjoying a new career as a nurse.

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  • Student searching for books in the library

    In 1854, this New York college changed everything. They’ve been changing lives ever since.


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  • Tuition. Class registration. Homework uploads. Research. Sick days. Log-ons. There is a lot of information that new students need to learn. And, academic advisors are asked a lot of questions. Chances are, if need an answer, your advisor can point you in the right direction. Think your advisor hasn’t heard it? Think they are going to judge you by your questions? Don’t worry. Advisors have heard them all and would prefer you ask than go it alone. Brooke Urban, Senior Academic Succe...

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  • Edward Krohn wears a lot of professional hats. At Bryant & Stratton College, he teaches courses in business principals and strategic and global management. In the civilian world, he works for the Navy Federal Credit Union. And as an Army Reservist placed on active duty, he is part of the Global Forces Management Team at Fort Bragg, N.C. Krohn returned to the classroom, however, to help him further develop one of his favorite roles - as the coach of the local high school debate team. At Bry...

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  • Latesha Banks tried two different college degree programs after high school, and neither worked for her. Banks had a good job in the customer service department of an insurance company, but she wanted more. So, at age 22, she made a plan to get herself through college and on a path to a career in the insurance industry – with more pay and more responsibility at every step. “I wasn’t clear on what the ultimate goal for myself was,” Banks said in a recent interview. &ldqu...

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  • Steve Taravella first stepped through Bryant & Stratton College’s doors in 1986. The associate degree he earned then helped him land a job with a company that has offered him upward mobility for 30 years. He entered in the accounts payable department. Today Taravella, 52, is assisting the company’s lawyers with paralegal duties. “Over the course of many years my job has evolved as the business evolved,” Taravella said. “At one time we had only one paralegal in...

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  • The term general manager is extremely broad, and doesn't really tell you much about the job. While it's true that general managers do indeed tackle a broad range of "general" duties, they also need a well-honed skill set in key areas to ensure that their respective businesses remain efficient and profitable with a steady stream of satisfied customers. Read on to find out what this professional does and how to become a general manager yourself.  What is a General Manager? A general manage...

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  • Healthcare worker putting informating into a computer

    The medical billing process is a series of steps completed by billing specialists to ensure that medical professionals are reimbursed for their services. Depending upon the circumstances, it can take a matter of days to complete, or may stretch over several weeks or months. While the process may differ slightly between medical offices, here is a general outline of a medical billing workflow. Patient Registration Patient registration is the first step on any medical billing flow chart. This ...

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  • IT worker coding on a laptop and monitors

    Information technology skills are in high demand in today's job market, but IT skills are too broad to stand alone on your resume without more detailed elaboration. Include these niche IT competencies in your resume and cover letter to grab the attention of hiring managers who are desperate to find educated employees just like you. Programming and Application Development Thirty-five percent of managers are planning to hire employees for programming and application development in the coming year....

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