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Tracy Sacca : Change Came with a Cape

September 6, 2016

Finishing the Paralegal E-Discovery program has been a tremendous improvement in my life. When I started the program I decided to volunteer for a court in Yellow County. I wasn’t making an incredible amount of money, but I was at least working in the field I was studying. After I got my degree I looked for work for about 4 months, and then through my contacts, I had made through volunteering for the court I ended up getting a recommendation for the San Francisco District Attorney’s office, and now I’m an Asset Forfeiture Paralegal.

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Diane Earle : From 9-5 to Passion and Drive

August 25, 2016

I got a job in an office thinking that a stable 9-5 job would be great. I soon discovered that I hated sitting in a cubicle all day! After almost exactly four years, I got laid off. Even though it was difficult financially, it was a blessing in disguise. I began searching for a career that would allow me to work in health and fitness, but the skills I had did not fit for the career I was pursuing.

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Obtaining a Professional Edge: Jerry Braveman

July 19, 2016

If you are looking to get into the paralegal field and you want an edge in the marketplace, e-Discovery at Bryan University is definitely something worth exploring because technology is always advancing and it has changed more in our lifetimes than it ever has in history.

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Life Changes and the Pursuit of a Career: Brooke Nelson

June 29, 2016

The things I have learned while attending Bryan will carry me into the next phase of my life and ensure that I have a future in the career I desire.

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Persistence on the Path to Success

May 31, 2016

  I have always known I wanted to be a Court Reporter but my path to becoming one was long and a bit ugly.  I’d always loved shorthand and I…

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