Want to make $100,000 just 3 years out of college? Earn a Nursing Degree at CSU Stanislaus – GV Wire
If you’re a high school student still thinking about potential college programs, a recent analysis by ProWritingAid identifies degree programs at the top 10 public universities where you have a 100% chance of being employed within two years. graduation and you will earn $100,000 or more a year within three years of graduation.
Three of the 10 are California State University campuses, and one is here in the Central Valley. CSU Stanislaus is No. 4 on the list, just behind CSU Monterey Bay. The degree programs that will bring in big paychecks for graduates of both are registered nursing, nursing administration, nursing research, and clinical nursing.
The analysis, which was based on data collected by the US Department of Education for its college scorecardreports median earnings three years after graduation of $104,737 for Stanislaus graduates and $110,683 for Monterey Bay graduates.
CSU Maritime Academy was No. 7 on the list for its mechanical engineering-related technologies/technicians degree program. According to the analysis, these graduates can expect to earn an average of $102,821 per year within three years of graduation.
While the Monterey Bay nursing program can still accommodate the number of students who wish to enroll, the Stanislaus program has been identified by CSU as “impacted” because the number of applicants is greater than the number of places available, said CSU spokeswoman Toni Molle. .
“Stanislaus State nursing programs are impacted for freshmen and upper division transfer students,” Molle said.
Salaries, of course, partly reflect the cost of living where people are employed. Presumably, many Stanislaus and Monterey Bay nursing graduates land jobs in the high-paying Bay Area.
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Also in the school zone:
- Fresno Unified discounts pay substitute teachers.
- No child goes hungry in Fresno thanks to free meals this summer.
- Fresno Christian journalism adviser receives top journalism teacher award.
FUSD ends big salary increase for subscribers
School districts scrambled over the past school year to line up enough substitute teachers to replace when regular teachers couldn’t come to school, and offered big pay raises to make sure every class had a teacher.
But those 40% wage increases end from Monday, replacements learned this week. Salary will return to pre-pandemic levels.
A substitute who asked not to be identified wondered if the loss of wages combined with higher fuel costs might deter substitutes from taking more distant jobs, and how that would impact school staff.
Fresno Unified’s side-letter agreement with FASTA, the union representing substitute teachers, provided for a pay hike sunset starting Friday, spokeswoman Nikki Henry said in an email.
Will there be another cover letter for the upcoming school year? “Decisions haven’t been made for the fall,” she said.
Henry said she was unable to determine immediately Friday how much the district has paid for substitute teachers this year compared to previous years.
Free summer meals for children from 1 to 18 years old
Families who need help feeding their children can get free meals at dozens of locations in Fresno this summer.
Fresno Unified and the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission are offering free meals to children ages 1 to 18 starting Tuesday and Monday through Friday through August 12, excluding July 4.
FUSD will provide take-out meals from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. weekdays at 17 school sites: Figarden, Jefferson, and Turner Elementary Schools; Cooper Academy; colleges in Fort Miller, Sequoia, Terronez, Tioga, and Yosemite; Wawona K-8; and Bullard, Edison, Fresno, Hoover, McLane, Roosevelt, and Sunnyside high schools.
Fresno Unified will also provide in-person breakfasts and lunches at summer school sites.
Fresno EOC will provide free summer meals in Fresno and surrounding communities at these 32 sites.
Fresno journalism professor wins top prize
Greg Stobbe has steered Fresno Christian’s online publication The Feather to numerous state and national awards for excellence in journalism over the decades as an adviser to The Feather.
So it probably came as no surprise to his current and former students when Stobbe received the Charles R. O’Malley Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the premier award for journalism professors.
Congratulations to Mr. Stobbe!
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