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Megan Shoff
In summer 2015, Dr. Megan Shoff, associate professor and vice chair of the biomedical sciences program in Hodges University’s School of Allied Health, experienced a once-in-a-life opportunity. Traveling to South Africa, she was on a boat for six hours each day looking for seals. While this may not seem too […]

Encouraging Students to Take Charge of Their Learning


Are you interested in the idea of working in a courtroom? Maybe you aspire to protect others by becoming a member of your local police force. From court reporter to law enforcement, enrolling in a criminal justice degree program will provide you with the tools you need to succeed in […]

Criminal Justice and Law-Related Programs: What You Need to Know


Nicole Fleschute
It has been three years since Nicole Fleschute made the decision to transition from military to civilian life. No stranger to hard work, her journey from growing up in Virginia to serving in the United States Army to pursuing a bachelor’s degree in management from Hodges University has not been […]

Personal Struggles Lead to an Inspiring Comeback



The word “internship” is often associated with younger college students who possess little or no experience in their chosen field, but who are looking to receive the training and experience needed to stand out to potential employers. However, in today’s world, internships are no longer viewed as an option solely […]

Importance of Internships for Adult Learners


Ameena Brown
Name: Ameena Brown Program of Study: Interdisciplinary Studies Semester of anticipated graduation: December 2016 Career goal: My goal is to work with veteran students at Hodges or at a Veterans Administration (VA) hospital. Tell us a little about yourself and your life: I have a six-year-old daughter who I love […]

February 2016 Student of the Month: Ameena Brown


Professor Gail Sabo
In today’s world, earning a degree is not the only variable that will help an individual get a job or advance in a career. Employers are looking for individuals with the necessary professional skills as well. In an effort to address this need, Professor Gail Sabo is working with students […]

Making Career Professionals Out of Adult Learners



Job Search
By Jama Thurman, career services manager at Hodges University “Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.” – Zig Ziglar The Office of Career Services at Hodges University wants to help you secure your dream career. In order to help you in […]

10 Time Management Tips for a Successful Job Search


Student of the Month
Name: Alejandro Sanchez Program of Study: Health Services Administration Semester of anticipated graduation: May 2016 Career goal: Radiology Director/Administrative Role Tell us a little about yourself and your life: I am married and have three small children, ages five month, four and six. My youngest was born with hydrocephalus and […]

January 2016 Student of the Month: Alejandro Sanchez