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Cultivating a Growth Mindset

For Eric Taylor, Georgia Tech’s Professional Master’s in Manufacturing Leadership (PMML) program elevated his professional value and opened his eyes to a new take on management -- part of what he sees as a continual journey.

Taylor grew up in Southern Mississippi. While he wasn’t the first member of his family to attend college, he would prove the first to graduate -- following a period of adjustment.

First Graduate of OMS Analytics Sees Data Science as More than a Job

Data scientist Nicole de Vries knows that life takes us in unexpected directions, but thanks to Georgia Tech's Master of Science in Analytics (OMS Analytics) program, she didn’t have to postpone her career goals.

“I mean life happens,” said de Vries. “I was living in Georgia, and I had an opportunity to go up to Boston, and I didn't want to have to drop out of school. I was in the on-campus program. And if the online program hadn’t been an option, I don't know if I would have been able to complete the degree.”

First Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Graduate Shares His Experience

For manufacturing professionals aspiring to be leaders, the Manufacturing Leadership Certificate offered by Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) is an ideal opportunity to build leadership capabilities. Chantrey Reece, master scheduler at BorgWarner in Asheville, North Carolina, recently became the first recipient of the certificate. 

Business and Analytics: A Winning Combination

Written by Deirdra Harris Glover | Photography by Dane Sponberg

Media technology professional Dan Hawks knew going back to school would be challenging, especially while trying to achieve balance with his family and a full-time job. The Master of Science in Analytics (OMS Analytics) at Georgia Tech fit his lifestyle and his wallet.

From Dishwasher to Software Engineer

If only I could have a computer. These are the words that changed Esterling Accime’s life forever. This wish – and an insatiable hunger to learn – saved him from a life of extreme poverty in Haiti. Today, he holds his dream job as a software engineer for AT&T in the U.S.

A Path to Career and Organizational Value

As an accomplished environmental, safety, and health professional, Rick Givens understood early on how lifelong professional development can pave a path to advancing his career and add trusted value to his organization. Rick has become the first learner to earn all 11 of the Occupational Safety and Health certificates offered by Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE). Rick shares his perspective on his learning path and the impact it has had on both his career and the others around him.

Meet Vincent J. Hoover

When U.S. Army Plans Officer Vincent J. Hoover attended his first job fair, he had no doubt he was well prepared. Having graduated from the VET² Lean Six Sigma program offered in Georgia Tech-Savannah, the finance major and infantry officer was interviewed by eight companies. “Hands down, I was one of the best candidates there because of the Georgia Tech Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program,” he said.

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone

As a seasoned professional in her field, Sandy Seay, sales manager at Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, stepped out of her comfort zone when she signed up for the intensive, 24-week Full Stack Web Development Program offered by Georgia Tech Professional Education. With this rigorous learning experience behind her, and a certificate to show for it, she shares the challenges she faced as an adult learner and how she overcame them. 

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Meet Brian Brown

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Thriving in Times of Change

In today’s work environment, change is a given. It affects most employees at some point in their careers – if not throughout their working lives. While some struggle to adapt to new realities, others thrive. When Chris Sticher faced the biggest challenge of his 22-year career at Larson-Juhl, a Berkshire Hathaway company, he chose to thrive.