An 11-year-old New Port Richey, Fla., boy with huge design aspirations came gliding through the campus doors in his wheelchair in early April to discover he was about to get the deal of a lifetime. He wants to be a video game creator when he grows up, and officials at Rasmussen College's New Port Richey campus helped turn his dream into a reality.
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New Port Richey Criminal Justice graduate Don Greene spent most of his life helping to build his community, both literally and figuratively.
Tech jobs in the Florida area are booming, however, employers are having a difficult time filling positions because the applicant pool is short on skills. Curiously, it's not the technical skills job seekers lack, but the essential skills that are needed to put those technical skills to use.
As you approach the end of your journey towards earning a graphic design degree, you're probably experiencing a multitude of emotions. Though this mix of emotions is completely normal, it helps to have a little encouragement from someone who has been there. That's why we caught up with Sara Carter, a former Rasmussen College graphic design student who parlayed her degree into her first graphic design job.