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Lisa Hegdahl, puts her passion for science education to work as part of the board of directors for the California Science Teachers Association.
A career path in law enforcement is an ever evolving education in terms of laws, procedures and current events.
Alvaro Mendoza, associate telecommunications engineer with Sacramento Municipal Utility District, says the key to success in any career field is to “enjoy what you do.”
Director of Veterans Association of Northern California, David Stockwell finds career satisfaction in “most importantly taking care of our nation’s heroes.”
Abe Emard, CEO of SUNWorks, is working “to provide safe, clean, and reliable solar power to help businesses achieve energy independence.”
Recent report findings by Next Ten & CoEcon, characterize the Sacramento regional economy as embracing clean power.
Jenine Smith, founder of J. Smith & Company – a Sacramento HR and Image Coaching firm, works with both individuals and businesses to help them reach their “idea of ideal.”
A well-known criminal defense attorney in the Sacramento region for over 20 years, finds satisfaction in putting people in a better place than when they walked through her door.
Dr. Greg Hurtz teaches the same classes at CSUS that inspired him years ago; and he hopes he provides the occasional student with that click of inspiration toward I-O or quantitative psychology.
Robert Westendorf, IT Tech Student used MTI’s staff shadowing opportunity to find career success as part of the Server Management Unit for the State of California’s FI$Cal project.
Kathryn Bucher, says that there are six skill sets which must be mastered in order to be successful in the field of health care.
Glenn Childs, Environmental and Safety Coordinator for JELD-WEN Windows and Doors, says “My education gave me the ground base I needed to go in whatever direction I chose.”