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A Real Mom’s Educational Success Story with Capella University FlexPath

A Real Mom’s Educational Success Story with Capella University FlexPath

See a real mom's educational success story. Tarishia made her dreams come true by getting a degree using Capella University FlexPath program.

This post is sponsored by and crafted with Capella University; however, all opinions are my own.

Have you ever felt that continuing your education was out of your reach? Mothers always put their family first. It’s easy for work, parenting and day to day life to get in the way of achieving educational goals. Juggling motherhood, a full-time job, and part-time school is something I did for a very long time, and I still didn’t quite finish what I had set out to do. That’s why I find myself so inspired by the story of Tarishia. She is a mom of two, Transportation Engineer for the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation, and Capella University graduate. I’m excited to share her story with you, in hope that it might inspire you too.

A Real Mom's Educational Success Story with Capella University FlexPath

Now that your kids are back to school, I know that some of you may be considering school for yourself this season. With FlexPath from Capella University, you don’t have to put your family on hold.

Like so many other moms, year after year, Tarishia put returning to school on hold. Until she finally realized that there was never going to be a perfect time. That’s when she seized the opportunity and enrolled at Capella University. Tarishia earned her Bachelor’s in Business Administration in 2015 through FlexPath, Capella’s self-paced learning format. Watch Tarishia’s testimonial video below. She is such an inspiration. Tarishia knew from the start that an online program was the way for her to go.

“Traditional education, though it’s wonderful and has its benefits, didn’t really fit into my work or family schedule. I’m also heavily involved in the ministry at my church. With all of that I could not, absolutely, go into a brick and mortar traditional setting for school. Online was definitely the way to go.”

FlexPath is the revolutionary and one of the most direct paths to reaching your educational goalsyour degree. FlexPath’s uniquely self-paced, online format allows you to:

Leverage what you know:
You can move faster through material you already know and spend more time learning what you don’t.

Move at your own pace:
Flexibility to set your own deadlines so it flexes around your schedule, giving you the ultimate control of your online education

The Potential to save time and money:
It is an all-you-can-learn tuition structure, where you of can complete as many courses as you are able each 12-week session, taking up to 2 courses at a time, for one flat tuition rate.

Innovative & Revolutionary
It offers me something completely different than everything else – A revolutionary new way to earn your degree.

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A Real Mom's Educational Success Story with Capella University FlexPath

Are you thinking FlexPath is too good to be true? It’s not. Real moms like you and me have done it. Tarishia is a great example of that. She has shown us that it is possible to have a family and go back to school, thanks to the benefits FlexPath provides. You can earn your MBA and/or BS in Business using FlexPath offerings. What makes the FlexPath program most appealing to me is that the speed is determined by you. You can complete each course in six weeks, or you can complete it within three weeks, depending on the work. Sound like something you want to learn more about? Click here to get your free FlexPath guide for all the details and more success stories from parents who were finally able to achieve their degree because of FlexPath. How many of you have considered returning to school? Does Capella’s FlexPath sound like something that would work for you?

*Tarishia is a real Capella graduate who agreed to be featured in Capella advertising.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Capella University. The opinions and text are all mine.

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