Rasmussen College adjunct instructor and 22-year Green Bay police veteran, Mike Knetzger, addressed a packed house at the Wausau campus on Oct. 29 when he shared the story of his daughter, Ashley, who was killed by a drunk driver in 2008.
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The Wausau campus collected food and donations for weeks before creating a food sculpture at United Way's CommUNITY Fest in Marathon County Sept. 19-20. The purpose of the annual local festival is to support and provide food for those in need in the community.
One Wausau campus early childhood education graduate recently earned Wisconsin's highest rating for quality in-home child care-and she's the only child care provider in Sauk County to receive such a rating.
Three staff members from the Wausau campus joined together to paint the restroom facilities at the HeadStart child care facility in Marathon County mid-August.
When trying to determine which career to pursue, there are a lot of questions to consider. What's my earning potential? Will I be able to find a job? What's the work/life balance like? All of these questions are important to consider, but the most important question for Wausau graduate Michele Weyer is whether or not she'll be able to make a positive impact through her work.
Rasmussen College's Wausau campus recently made a splash with a water park outing for its local Big Brothers Big Sisters chapter.
Justice Studies dean Currie Myers led the training. He spent his career working for the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, U.S. Customs & Border Protection and the Kansas City Sheriff's Department.
If Wausau, Wis., human resources student Ellen Volhard ever needs a new hobby, she may want to consider juggling. Between raising her kids, working full-time, attending school and dealing with everyday life she certainly developed a skill for rapidly shifting her focus.
The prospect of dealing with blood is enough to deter a lot of people from pursuing a career in the medical field. Rasmussen College student Krystl Taylor is not one of those people. From an early age she was fascinated by medical procedures and the healthcare profession. "As a kid my mom used to watch those real surgery shows on T.V. and I would just stand in the hallway since I wasn't allowed to watch with her," said Taylor. "I've always just loved that stuff." With that early interest in the medical field, it's no surprise Taylor is now well on her way to an associate's degree in nursing.
Like many students, Joshua Erickson of Central Wisconsin went to college with the expectation of receiving a job offer after graduation. With an Associate of Applied Science degree from a college in North Dakota, Erickson thought he was ready for the real world, but he quickly learned the real world wasn't ready for him.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Diana Grubman, Dean of Nursing at the Rasmussen College - Wausau, WI campus. In this interview, Dean Grubman highlights nursing degrees and nursing career information.
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