In early 2020, Monica Keyes-Cabral was at a crossroads: her career as a paramedic, which she thoroughly enjoyed, was taking a toll on her mental health.
She left her job just before the pandemic was declared. But she still wanted a meaningful role that allowed her to help people and support their well-being.
She investigated different training options and eventually chose the Occupational Health and Safety program at Herzing.
After an intense year of juggling online studies and helping her three young children adapt to COVID realities, Monica recently graduated—and landed a job at the same place where she did her internship.
Read on for her full story.