Recent Rasmussen College School of Business graduate, Bill Ricca's willingness to dive into a new field and his drive to succeed lead him to a career he loves.
Kim Azbart, Fort Myers campus admissions director, was presented the Patriot Award Feb. 20 by a member of her admissions team who serves in the National Guard. Patriot Awards reflect the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide range of measures, including flexible time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families and granting leaves of absence if needed.
Few things held Ft. Myers, Fla., student Karen Sentner's attention like art and design while growing up. But like a lot of artistically inclined young people, a time came where she had to decide whether her passion would become a hobby or a career with which she could support her family. The choice was easy for Sentner.
Typically, the results of personality or career aptitude tests should be taken with a grain of salt. But, Rasmussen College graduate Patrick Joyce can look back on the results of an aptitude test he took while attending school to become a police officer as a clear sign of his true calling. According to the test results Joyce's top occupational suggestion was nursing, while police officer was around fifth.
Most industries have a ceiling for how far you can climb without a degree. Fort Myers, Fla., accounting graduate Jennifer Kickbush found herself up against that ceiling before enrolling at Rasmussen College.
Did you know in the 2000 Presidential Election George Bush defeated Al Gore by just 327 votes in Florida? That gave Bush the electoral votes needed to win the presidency. Do you think your vote counts now? It is always important, but even more so in an election year to know who your elected officials are and how their decisions impact you.
If you are in the design field, a degree, experience and a portfolio are the three key elements to finding a job. However, there is a bit of a catch 22. If you are a student just starting out in the field, how do you get that experience and portfolio without having a job? They may have found the solution at Rasmussen College Fort Myers campus in the form of a new club.
Check out this video covering the Tech Tactics event that our Fort Myers campus held in March.
The Rasmussen College - Fort Myers campus announces the no-cost, 16-week Adobe Training Sessions open to 6th-12th grade design instructors.
Even though many small businesses have done the right homework, with the creation of a business and marketing plan, and aggressive online and traditional advertising, there are still some very basic steps that have a tendency to be left behind when starting your own business. Read more about the five crucial stepping stones for success as a entrepreneur and small business owner.