March 2014

When Crystal Burton graduated from WGU Tennessee, she didn’t have a job interview lined up. Her resume wasn’t winding its way through the HR departments of any large corporations. The truth was she hadn’t even applied for a job. Sounds a little risky, right? She had something in hand that

"It's sort of a cross between healthcare, IT, and business." That's how WGU Tennessee Health Informatics student Michael Gass describes his course of study and the rapidly growing field he works in. In honor of Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week, Michael shared his story with us. Michael earned a certificate

If you’re like most Americans, the Great Recession and the spike in unemployment that followed left you thinking a lot about your job’s relative security. The financial crisis of 2008 touched all sectors of the economy, and industries as diverse as tourism and home construction took a serious blow. The

We’re spotlighting WGU Tennessee’s College of Business this month, and for those looking to go further in their current careers, we’ve got some great news. In January we announced a new degree program – the M.S. in Management and Leadership – and a new scholarship to go with it. To

By Nancy Eisenbrandt COO, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Governor Haslam’s Drive to 55 has set an ambitious goal to increase the number of Tennesseans with college degrees and certifications to 55 percent by 2025. Because the majority of tomorrow’s jobs will require a college degree or certificate, this goal

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