April 2016

When the real estate market crashed in 2008, Amanda Walker, then a realtor, decided to follow her dream and pursue a nursing career with the help of WGU Tennessee. After earning her associate degree in nursing from Aquinas College in 2012, she started as a staff nurse at Nephrology Associates

Jasmine Washington, a medical surgery nurse, loved her job at Redmond Regional Hospital in Rome, Ga., but was tired of the hour-long commute from Chattanooga. She understood that furthering her education would be the key to advancing her career and realizing her full potential, and that’s when she found WGU

From an early age, Mandy Davidson knew the career path she wanted to take after seeing nurses take care of her cousin, who was born with spina bifida, a chronic condition that prevents the full development of a baby’s spinal cord. Inspired by the love and compassion she saw her

Kimberly K. Estep, Ph.D. WGU Tennessee Chancellor Over the course of almost 30 years in the workplace, I have worked for many bosses. Most have been good bosses, and some have been great bosses, becoming mentors and lifelong friends. But a couple of them have been bad, at least from

Miranda Goolsby was passed over for a job because she lacked the required educational qualifications. She wanted to change that, so she decided to return to school to pursue a master's degree in Management and Leadership from WGU Tennessee. Thanks to a scholarship program launched last year in conjunction with

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