January 2015

Isaac Youngblood, a full-time patient care technician at Chattanooga's Erlanger Hospital , enrolled in the Bachelor of Science Education degree program at WGU Tennessee when he realized the online university offered the one thing that had held him back from continuing his education for many years—convenience. The father of two

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It's that time of year once again! A new year brings a renewed commitment to our values and an opportunity to pursue what matters most. If your New Year's resolution is to earn a high-quality, career-driven college degree, we say congratulations and we're behind you 100 percent. In fact, here

This is the next entry in our new "Partner Spotlight" series, an ongoing, monthly initiative to share some of the transformative stories that spring from our partnerships with businesses and organizations across Tennessee. January's featured partner is nonprofit Erlanger Health System , recently voted Chattanooga's number one hospital for the

This is the first entry in our new "Partner Spotlight" series, an ongoing, monthly initiative to share some of the interesting and uplifting stories that spring from our partnerships with businesses and organizations across Tennessee. January's featured partner is nonprofit Erlanger Health System , recently voted Chattanooga's number one hospital

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