A new school year means new expenses, and sometimes, parents struggle to afford all the latest and greatest school supplies. In an effort to help alleviate the stress of school supply shopping, the Student Nursing Organization (SNO) at Rasmussen College's Rockford campus donated supplies Aug. 20 to the Youth Services Network.
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Rockford campus doubles its fundraising goal in 'Jeans for Wishes' initiative.
Sometimes a school is worth waiting for. Or at least it was for Rockford, Ill., nursing student Kerstein Bracken. She earned an associate degree in medical assisting from Rasmussen College in 2011 and planned to pursue another associate degree in nursing immediately after graduation. Waiting lists at other schools and the news of the nursing program eventually coming to the Rockford campus, however, made her decide to wait.
War Refugee Turned College Student: How One Rasmussen College Student Overcame Adversity to Achieve Success
From the outside, Michael Valentich looks and sounds like many 24-year-old college students. Having recently earned his Criminal Justice Associate's degree at the Rockford campus, he decided to continue his education at Rasmussen College by pursuing a bachelor's degree online. Valentich is also balancing school with a full time job. His recent success is no doubt impressive; how he reached this point in life though is truly inspirational.
Rasmussen College Criminal Justice students learn just how important the legal system is from a wrongfully accused man.
With an economy only slowly recovering from a deep recession, and jobs still scarce those seeking employment are increasingly realizing the value and importance of a college degree. Learn more about the value of higher education and how it can help you achieve your career goals.
Read more to learn about human services careers and educational paths, written by experienced criminal justice instructor.