Those in the best position to take advantage of the business boom are those with the education to follow their dreams.
If you are currently teaching, understand that if your master’s is a step to an administrative role, your student-classroom contact time will be compromised.
“Thus far, the biggest reward (besides having that diploma in hand) was being immediately offered a management level position from an established hospital in Southern California, prior to even graduating,” says Madeline Gonyea.
“I pursued a master’s degree to figure out what I wanted to do with my life, and open up opportunities that might otherwise be closed. I went to Stanford not only because it was a great school but because of the program focus on entrepreneurship,” said David Haase.
“The completion of this degree has reminded me of the fact that we can accomplish great things through hard work and persistence,” said Morgan Chappell.
“I’m pursuing an M.B.A. for three reasons: the credential, the academics and the people. A senior leader at Google told me that she had gotten her first executive role because of her M.B.A..
It’s a well-paying job in hot demand right now. Jill Schlesinger has more on why you may want to consider a career in nursing.
Moir became a bilingual teacher, and went on to become director of teacher education at UC Santa Cruz. There, she found growing numbers of her top performing students were leaving the profession after only a few years.
Amy Ziegler, a nurse practitioner and director for advanced practice nursing and allied health professionals at NorthBay Healthcare in the San Francisco Bay area, she shares her nursing expertise and insights.
Christina Villarreal, Ph.D. holds numerous professional roles, all of which involve helping others reach their full potential. She shares her insights and expertise.