Healthcare jobs are experiencing huge growth; some lag. This list can set your path.
After a diverse career and educational path, David Statum found a home at WGU Tennessee as a faculty mentor. Since earning his M.S. in Nursing degree in 2014, the Estill Springs, Tenn., native, has served as a WGU Tennessee student mentor for more than a year. David loves his job,
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
Robin Markart feels blessed. As an executive assistant to the chief administrator of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, she schedules and plans events at an institution known for helping to save the lives of pediatric patients. Robin didn’t always feel this fortunate, though. “I was out work for
All month long, we’ve heard from Regional One Health employees who have made the decision to go back to school for a degree at WGU Tennessee. For the final Partner Spotlight blog post focusing on Regional One Health, we wanted to get the employer’s perspective. To that end, we sat
Since enrolling in WGU Tennessee’s M.S. Nursing Management and Leadership program just four months ago, Vonetta Williams-Paden says she can already tell her managers have more respect and trust in her as a professional. “Nursing is fantastic career field because there’s so much room to grow,” said Vonetta, who’s in
For Kyndra Jones, a manager in the Radiology Department at Regional One Health in Memphis, Tenn., going back to school at WGU Tennessee was a necessary step toward expanding her horizons in the medical field. After working for six years as a supervisor at Regional One Health, the Memphis native