Stuck in a Career Rut
Oct21

Stuck in a Career Rut

Are you having a hard time deciding what to do in your career?  Do you feel like a change is in order but your conflicting feelings about your current employer are keeping you from making a change?  If you can answer “yes” to either of these questions, you are not alone.  Many people experience high levels of anxiety when contemplating a career change, so much so that they cannot find the confidence or motivation to move forward,...

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DEAC Outstanding Graduate and Famous Alumni
Oct21

DEAC Outstanding Graduate and Famous Alumni

CSU is Proud to Announce its 2015 DEAC Outstanding Graduate and Famous Alumni recipients. Selection criteria included the graduates’ academic records and their commitment to society and their professions. We are excited to share their inspirational and significant accomplishments with you! Famous Alumni Tracy Barnes  |  Durango, Colorado She is a shining example of fortitude and genuine sportsmanship. Tracy Barnes was looking for a...

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Military Minute
Oct21

Military Minute

I left for boot camp in 1982. I guess you can say I joined in January 1981. They had the “Delayed Entry Program” back then. During that time, they had an advertisement slogan stating it’s not just a job but an adventure! Well, it sure was an adventure for me. I went in as a corpsman and later in my career, I was accepted into the Independent Duty Corpsman School (IDC). This happened during a time when they were very selective and were...

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Patrol Car to Panic Button
Oct21

Patrol Car to Panic Button

John Kessler began his career in law enforcement in 2001. He joined the police department in Perry, Georgia where he served as a field training officer and drug interdiction officer. His second year there, he was nominated by his peers as Officer of the Year. In 2006, John married the love of his life, Alison. While John enjoyed changing lives through law enforcement, Alison dreamt of changing young lives through teaching. Shortly...

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Community Service Spotlight
Oct21

Community Service Spotlight

Giving back can be hard to do, especially when you give so much already to your family, your job, and other things that take a piece of your time and attention. How does one find the time and energy to continue to give? For Eric Smith, father of four girls, husband, and firefighter, he has still managed to give back in one more amazing way. Eric is a Watch D.O.G.S. volunteer in the Raymore-Peculiar School District near Kansas City,...

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