Stanbridge University is highlighting Alumni True Stories because we’re proud of all of our hardworking graduates. We got to know Jazmine Rosales, a Stanbridge University Veterinary Technology alumnus who just recently passed the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) and became a Registered Veterinary Technician! Where are you working and what is your current role? […]
Stanbridge University’s Vet Tech Program was created for students with a passion for animals, seeking to further their education in order to fulfill their dreams of becoming a veterinary technician. Sara Wright is one of them. In her last term at the university, she’s already made quite a mark in the animal kingdom, thanks to her […]
Vet Tech jobs are in high demand in Southern California! According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “As the number of households with pets and spending on pets continues to rise, demand is expected to increase for veterinary technologists and technicians to do laboratory work and imaging services on household pets.”
What defines Best Places to Work California? Stanbridge University aims to find out. Stanbridge has been awarded certifications through Investors in People and Great Place to Work®. Consequently, these certifications demonstrate their commitment to realizing the potential of their people.
Stanbridge University proudly hosted the 1st Annual Celiac Disease Foundation Team Gluten-Free Orange County Turkey Trot 5K at its Irvine campus on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019. It was the first of its kind in OC! Over 50 runners participated in the Celiac Disease Foundation 5K, which raised $28,809 in funds to aid in celiac disease research.
Stanbridge University Veterinary Technology Program Director Ms. Emma Cusack loved animals from an early age. However, it was her exceptional passion and affinity for animal care that set her on the path to becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).