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By Kimberly K. Estep, Ph.D. WGU Tennessee Chancellor When Gov. Bill Haslam announced in February 2014 his administration’s ambitious plan for Tennessee Promise—the last-dollar community college scholarship and mentoring program designed to help more Tennesseans attain a college education—he heralded a bold investment in the future of our state. A
For one Fayetteville, Tenn., mother of two, furthering her education has proved to be the key to unlocking her career ambition. Kristen George, an ICU nurse, always enjoyed her job but was eager to move into management. “I wanted to take the next step in nursing, but I didn’t know
Brittney Wilcockson, a 28-year-old registered nurse at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital in Nashville, has always been interested in the educational aspect of nursing. Brittney discovered that she loved teaching while working with resident nurses and recent graduates. She decided to enroll in WGU Tennessee in order to turn that passion
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