January 2016

After faithfully serving his country for 21 years, U.S. Army veteran Tony Hamblin decided to pursue a college degree. He enrolled and received his IT Specialists Diploma from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology’s Oneida campus in 2012. Shortly after, Tony became a computer information technology instructor for TCAT Jacksboro.

Evans Duvall was quite familiar with WGU Tennessee when he heard about the Tenn-K Scholarship last year. In fact, the Memphis resident had just finished his bachelor’s degree in Information Technology Management in January 2015. Just a few months later, he applied for and was awarded one of WGU Tennessee’s

Heather Franks, a mother of two children and a third-grade teacher at Smyrna Elementary School, has made education a top priority in her life—so much so that she has three degrees under her belt. Heather has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Tennessee at Martin and two

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