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Meet Justine Eubanks, a paraprofessional at Owensville Elementary School and one of the 2016 WGU Missouri Commencement Speakers. Justine is a hard-working woman who was dedicated to earning her bachelor’s degree in special education while continuing to work and take care of her three children. Justine’s mother was a school
Commencement Countdown Meet Dina Schoenfeld, a special education teacher in Gasconade County and the WGU Missouri 2016 Commencement National Anthem singer. Dina is a hard-working woman who is dedicated to earning her bachelor’s degree in special education while continuing to work and take care of her family. While speaking about
I never thought I’d get a master’s degree. It seemed like an impossible hill to climb; with work, family and volunteer commitments I couldn’t imagine how anyone ever made the time or found the money do something so expensive, so time-consuming…so “selfish.” And what would I do with the degree
As we wrap up national nurse appreciation week, here are 10 success tips from veteran nurses in Missouri. 1. Manage your stress. Everyone has stress in their life, but it is something that should be managed. As caregivers, we’re particularly susceptible. Make time to socialize, engage in leisure activities and
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