Zjani Arnold is the mother of two, wife, employee, and a 2-D Art major at Weber State University. We think that makes her a bona fide superhero. Check out her video to see how she finds the time to manage it all.
“Many people have the skills to perform the job, but a degree is the next step to being promoted to management.”
If you read our last post about Mike, you probably know all about his crazy computer skills and his future career goals. But did you know that he’s also married AND expecting a new baby? AND working full-time AND going to school full-time? Impressive, right?
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Veteran student, criminal justice major and future lawyer Karlene Terry takes advantage of Weber State University’s flexible class options to earn her degree. In between online and evening classes, she works in WSU’s Veterans Office helping other military students return to school. Weber State is consistently ranked as one of the top military-friendly universities in the country.
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Jennifer Carver is a single mom living in Ogden Utah. She is currently a student at Weber State University. She is majoring in social work and minoring in criminal justice. Jennifer spent five years in the military before she moved to Utah at which point she enrolled at Weber State.
“Super Woman is definitely my favorite super hero, but I like to think she doesn’t have anything on me.”
Watch Jennifer’s video below to find out how she manages being a single mother, having a full-time job, being in the military and being a wildcat!
Trenna Prete is a nontraditional student at Weber State University studying social work. She plans on earning a masters degree and working with children after she graduates. She takes evening and online classes to balance her class schedule with family, work and a busy lifestyle.
“It’s a great environment to push myself and learn more.”
As a small business owner, Zac Williams knows the importance of having the right credentials. He’s enrolled in the Master of Professional Communications program at Weber State University as a way to bolster his credibility and create new opportunities for his business.
One of my favorite things about the program has been the opportunity to be in a program with other professionals and people that have been in the workplace. I’m able to get ideas from not only from the professors but from the other students. It’s a great environment.
Felix is a full-time student, father and husband. He’s staying at home with his two young girls while he’s working on a bachelors degree in Geography. When he graduates, he wants to go into Geospace engineering.
Watch our interview with Felix and find out how he balance family and school.
More powerful than a busy family schedule!Heather is a wife, mother, and a student at Weber State University. She is currently working on completing a major in Nutrition. When she graduates, she wants to work with children and teach them the importance of eating healthy and exercising. Watch her video to learn how she balances everything with all the power of a superhero.