Relentless Dedication: How Marlene Negrete Used Her Education to Secure Her Family's Future
So many people look back fondly on their teen years as the era in which they enjoyed fewer responsibilities. Marlene Negrete's path in life was different.
UAGC Student Ashley Tatum is Finding Purpose in Criminal Justice
Growing up in Illinois, the daughter of a single mother, Ashley Tatum spent much of her childhood with her great-grandmother and developed an interest in crime scene investigation from detective shows they watched together.
How Ester Serrano Overcame Self-Doubt and Found the Motivation to Keep Going
If there’s anything Ester Serrano knows for certain, it’s that starting and staying in college isn’t easy. It’s often plagued with self-doubt and struggles to keep going. But, sometimes, you simply need to find the right fit and hear the right words to motivate you.
Breaking Barriers: Ben Burns' Path to an MBA After 20 Years in the Health Care Industry
Ben Burns appeared to have it all — a loving family, a thriving career as a director for planning, design, and construction in a reputable health care organization, and a wealth of experience in his field.
From Recruit to Recruiter: A Conversation With UAGC Student John Gonzales
John Gonzales speaks a different language than many of his peers in the recruiting and Human Resources (HR) sectors. It’s not as if the U.S. Air Force recruiter and University of Arizona Global Campus (UAGC) student is speaking French or Italian while everyone else is speaking English.