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When you ask a grade school child what they want to become when they grow up, a large percentage will say they want to be a teacher. That makes sense because, in most cases, that’s the only paying profession with which they are familiar. Then, as children grow older and are exposed to more professions, most find a new profession that piques their interest.
Growing up in the Philippines, Andrea Dayne Soleta Schmutz could have never imagined the impact and influence she would wield within the broader Asian community. Her story is best summed up by the scriptural North Star “with God, everything is possible”.
The day after Thanksgiving, often referred to as “Black Friday”, is usually reserved for shopping, leftovers and family time. For those on the Michael and Niki Grooms Christmas Card list, it also means receiving the Grooms family Christmas greetings in the mail. They are just that on top of things!
Harvard, Princeton, William and Mary, and Yale are all highly regarded academic institutions each counting more than one U.S. President among its alumni. Has a graduate of Ensign College ever attempted a run for President?
When you talk to Sharilyn Hunter, it's not hard to recognize her inspiring example as a non-traditional student who succeeded at Ensign College. A busy mom of four, she works on-call, has a heart the size of Lake Powell, and is also the proud recipient of a Paralegal Certificate from Ensign College.
Since joining DECA in 2014, Ensign College students have progressively topped their 4-year university counterparts, finishing with their best ever results at the 2022 International Career Development Conference (ICDC). Their first year competing in a live national event, fifteen of the 2-year college’s seventeen participating students moved on to the final presentation in the Preliminary DECA Awards.
Ensign College will hold its 135th Commencement exercises in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square on Friday, April 8, 2022, at 10 a.m. For more than 13 decades, the college has honored students who seek to enter the workforce with two-year degrees and certificates. After two years of virtual commencement exercises, this year is the first face-to-face commencement under the name of Ensign College.
Question: Should we expect students to call staff and faculty by the title “brother or sister?”
Six Ensign College students participated in the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) National Leadership Conference last week, with four of those students finishing in the top-10 of their events.
Brandon Bowen, Director of Learning Resources at Ensign College, has been named the recipient of the 2021 Special Recognition Award from the Utah Library Association (ULA).
Mark Richards joined Ensign College in November 2019 as the Vice President of Administration and Operations.
Until recently, a bachelor’s degree, for most college graduates, was the the ticket to a fruitful job search. However, as businesses have embraced evolving technologies at a seemingly breakneck pace, their expectations of job applicants have evolved as well. Researchers, including administrators at Ensign College, have observed this evolution, responding with updated degree offerings designed to meet the demand for capable employees.
By Tanner Esplin
We are excited to announce our annual Interior Design Portfolio Event.
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