Melissa Cary, a stay-at-home mom who had a natural interest in technology, saw the growth in the tech field and it helped solidify her decision to turn her interest into a career. So from her home in Michigan, she enrolled in CityU’s Bachelor of Science in Applied Computing program without ever having visited Seattle.
As a nonprofit university system, giving back to the communities we serve is a priority year-round. However, November is a special month when we all take time to reflect on the things for which we are grateful and let that inspire the philanthropist in all of us to make a positive impact in the lives of others.
Finishing is in our DNA at City University of Seattle. It has been from the beginning, and you need look no further than founding member Vi Tasler for evidence.
Have you dreamed about living abroad and experiencing different cultures, meeting new people and becoming a true citizen of the world? This dream could become a reality if you pursue a career teaching English. Earning a TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate, which is a globally recognized standard, may be your key to unlock new opportunities around the world.
Career changer Russell Stahlke is carrying his love of journalism and writing into his new career as a fourth grade teacher, showing that a variety of knowledge and skill sets can be useful in the classroom.
Kay Le traveled to Seattle to study in CityU’s TESOL Summer Intensive program in order to expand her skill set and learn new teaching strategies. The program gave her the opportunity to earn her TESOL certification in five weeks.