Thomas Alfreda, Jr., DO manages more than his medical practice. As team doctor for the Las Vegas Wranglers and numerous television appearances, he has quite the portfolio.
For those who want to help, care and interact with people, nursing is a career to consider. According to studies, the more education a nurse has obtained, the more opportunities are available.
In high school, Laura Fucci discovered technology and computers and parlayed her passion into a very successful career as a chief information officer overseeing the technology of the city of Henderson.
Theresa Chevalier dropped out of high school and couldn’t even register for a nursing program without a diploma. But with determination, she obtained a doctorate in nursing.
Dr. John Rhodes is passionate about patient care; but he also realizes that practicing medicine involves business – which is one reason he obtained an M.B.A. to conduct business more efficiently.
Michael Graves is a police officer for the North Las Vegas Police Department, working patrol while finishing his final project to complete his master’s degree in justice management.
Michelle St. Angelo has achieved success in her field of public relations – and credits her degree in psychology as one of the factors in her achievements.
Conventions such as 2015 International CES require more than manual labor to be successful. There are a range of jobs available and with the right attitude – some can turn into permanent positions.
Think tank report recommends stepping up advanced training in science, technology, engineering and math so the state can diversify its economy.
Raytheon, a longtime supporter of education in science, technology, engineering and math, created Sum of All Thrills to show the real-life application of concepts such as angles, velocity and kinetic energy.