Two Medical City Alliance Employees share why WGU Texas was the right choice for their higher education goals.
The bottom line is that job seekers and professionals looking for promotions in sales, service or administrative support can set themselves apart from the competition with a bachelor’s degree in business.
2017 WGU Texas graduate and El Paso resident Michael Arias joined the Army at 19 and began attending college while stationed in Iraq. Michael’s obstacles and adversities never stopped him from achieving his goals of a college degree.
Toni Marek served eight years in the Army Reserve and wanted to focus on changing her life through education. She found WGU and now has a rewarding and life changing career.
WGU Texas business school graduate Whitney Ziegler is proving to be quite an HR Wonder Woman for her employer.
In 2016, WGU Texas graduate Reginald Saxton delivered a speech to his fellow classmates as a commencement speaker before a crowd of more than 3000 in Austin. That moment was a long time coming for Reginald and his mother, Lola.
Mary Linhart thought at her age, a diploma may not add much to her career. It was always in the back of her mind and something she wanted to accomplish.
While he doesn’t recommend that others attempt his exhausting academic pace, Anthony Roy speaks highly of the experience and is now going after his dreams as a successful small business owner.
When it comes to preparing for a career in human resources or business management, the WGU Texas B.S. Human Resource Management program is a sound choice. It certainly was for WGU Texas graduate Carol Caldwell, who proved it is never too late to go back to school and never too late to succeed.
As a 9-year-old Texas native, Louis Molnar was eager for financial independence. He began mowing lawns, and through word-of-mouth, his service was in great demand. Louis’ venture to earn his own spending money grew into a successful business, and by the age of 12 he had to hire neighborhood kids
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