• Bryant & Stratton College Blog Staff

    Choosing a career is a serious decision. After all, you really don't want to find out that your chosen profession isn't a good fit after you've already invested both time and money into acquiring the education and credentials you need to get started. For this reason, if you are leaning towards a career in nursing it's perfectly natural to find yourself asking “Is nursing for me?” Ultimately, only you can answer that question, and the best way to go about doing so is to gain a clear u...

  • Chris Ostrander

    If you are weighing the pros and cons of a nursing career, there are a couple of things you should know about this profession that you can definitely place in your pros column. Firstly, nursing is a very secure career choice, with projected job growth rates much higher than most occupations today. Secondly, secure does not mean boring – nursing is also very versatile, offering a wide variety of job and career opportunities. So just what can you do with a nursing degree? Here we'll outline ...

  • Allison Perkins

    Money was tight. Full-time work coupled with a full class load meant little time off to take. It was not a good idea. But at some point, Leah Doperalski and her friend decided to just go for it. And the pair headed to the steep mountains of Jamaica for a week with a non-profit troupe of medical volunteers. That was the moment that changed Doperalski’s life. “I fell in love with it,” she said of the quiet village of Hagley Gap, which teeters at the top of the island destinatio...