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Las Vegas Security Director Encourages Staff To Continue EducationRichard Blake, Director of Security for Caesars Entertainment resorts in Las Vegas, supports higher educational pursuits for his department, his family and himself.
Director Of Development Switches Careers With Degree In PsychologyNative of Las Vegas, Jennifer Von Tobel first worked as a nurse before deciding to switch careers. Now the Director of Development for The Foundation for Recovery, she pursued her degree in psychology will working in a different area of health care.
Nursing Educator, Practitioner Thrives In Career With Advanced EducationAssistant professor, RN-BSN program coordinator for Touro University Nevada, Jessica Grimm always planned on entering nursing profession and started in high school. With her advanced degrees, she is now a nurse practitioner and educator with both a clinical practice and working with student nurses.
Las Vegas Law Clerk Advances Career In Criminal JusticeLas Vegas law clerk and law school graduate, Jayme Martinez, uses her degree in criminal justice in help people and advance her career.
Director Of Nonprofit Relies On Experience, Education To Help TeensLas Vegas founder and executive director of Nevada Homes for Youth, Ron Moore, uses his experience and education to help teens overcome substance abuse.
Seasonal Jobs Continue To Grow In Las VegasSeasonal jobs in Las Vegas are a good first step into entering the work force. This employment can also supplement an income or help bridge the gap between more permanent positions.
Las Vegas Student Continues Career While Obtaining M.B.A.After Robert Medina obtained his undergraduate degree, he is pursuing his M.B.A. through a scholarship from the Las Vegas Business Academy while working.
Careers In Engineering Are Increasing In The Las Vegas MarketEngineering positions have increased with a demand in construction, infrastructure, water treatment, health care and computers. People with degrees and experience in these fields can find career success and personal satisfaction.
Las Vegas Director Uses Her Degree To Help Clients, Raise FundsBeth Rubins, believes that education in social work or a background in psychology is necessary for those looking to enter the nonprofit or human services field.
Fourth Industrial Complex Under Construction Leads To EmploymentConstruction of industrial complexes in Southern Nevada, especially Las Vegas, is increasing with the decrease of vacancies in the first quarter, leading to jobs and careers.
Las Vegas Corporate Investigation Consultant Uses FBI Experience, Education“If I hadn’t gone to college and took the jobs I did, I would probably be there today with a different life.”