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Failing something doesn't mean you are going backwards, it means you are learning and moving forward. http://t.co/Pr5wdFMZ9r #motivation

Life may not be as flexible at 40 as it was at 20, making going back to school for a degree challenging. The right program can give you the flexibility you need though. Find out how school in your 40s is possible. Did you pursue a degree in your 40s or later? Share your experience in the comments!

Leonardo da Vinci had a pretty great resume. There are some lessons to be learned from it today even. http://t.co/T7JewAfghi #jobhunt

SSG Andrew R. Chavez, a retired veteran of the US Army is a 2015 recipient of CTU’s Wounded Warrior Scholarship. His advice – don’t give up and don’t let anybody stop you from pursuing your goals. #CTUmilitary Applications for our Wounded Warrior Scholarship are open now. Find more info here: http://www.coloradotech.edu/ww

From #CTUgrad to CEO, Reba Celsor was recently named the new CEO of Dyersburg Regional Medical Center. http://t.co/MHu2mpb8FO

From #CTUgrad to CEO, Reba Celsor was recently named the new chief executive officer of Dyersburg Regional Medical Center. She has ambitious plans to expand the facility by adding a cardiology program and a wound-care center. “We will truly make a difference in people's lives with the program," Celsor said. We’re proud of everything she is accomplishing!

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