With her master’s degree in nursing, Elina Martinez is able to obtain job satisfaction and security at the same time.
Economic growth across the country can bring more tourism dollars and jobs to the Sacramento hotel industry.
Kim Harrison has continuously educated herself both formally and informally to better her career in technology education.
Felice Clark uses her advanced degree every day as a speech therapist for more than 70 elementary school students.
Thanks in part to the food services industry, unemployment in Sacramento dropped from 10.3 percent in May 2012 to 7.8 percent in May 2013.
Senior Director of Medical Surgical Nursing Lucinda Wiseman advocates the benefits of earning a degree online.
School District CFO Sean Martin uses his educational background to maintain a fiscal budget and keep things running smoothly.
Dave Heylen of the California Grocers Association sees job opportunities for local grocers.
Sean Martin works for the Pollock Pines School District. He credits his advanced degrees with his career success.
Medical staff and students work with life-like mannequin simulators and surgical robots to advance training.
With a proposed jump in school spending this year, Brown wants to target new dollars at districts with students who are lower-income, English-learners or live in foster homes.