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With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s easy to lose focus on ourselves and our needs. But, if a college degree is at the top of your wish list, December can be the perfect time to consider furthering your education. Giving yourself the gift of education
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Jeffrey “Jeff” Wilcox, of Kansas City, is an assistant branch manager for Arvest Bank and a student at WGU Missouri studying business management . Jeff is one of seven children and looks forward to being the first to complete a four-year degree. His motivation to attend WGU Missouri stems from
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