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David Marlon followed his dreams and knew advanced education was necessary to become a success in his chosen profession.
Tad Arima was just hired as the Clark County Credit Union’s new IT Department developer and credits his degree for his success.
While her parents wanted London to take another career path, and at one point was forbidden to consider education as a career, London realized that she wanted to become a teacher.
Tyler Terrance manages the retail loss department of a major retailer and credits his education and experience in armed forces for his continuing career success.
Gorgon works with local, regional, national and international media as well as oversees public relations and communications related to show programming, education programming and development.
Dr. Yolanda Flores, Medical Director for Home Care Plus and Family Health Care Services for Southwest Medical Associates, obtained her additional degree in medical management to better serve her patients and their families.
The finance industry is beginning to grow again as the economy rebounds. Entry level jobs and careers are available for those who want to work with money.
While business owner Brandi Doss has transitioned into several careers, her degree in psychology has assisted her in her success in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas attorney Kristen Cogburn, is passionate about the law and wanted to be certain she was educated in her field.
Las Vegas teacher, Renee Jarvis, switched from music to teaching Spanish with an advanced degree helping her career.