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Milwaukee Career College Attends the Trail Pet Walk!

Pictured is Career Services Rep Paul Syvock and Admissions Representative Amanda Martin attending the Trail Pet Walk

Last Saturday, Career Services Rep. Paul Syvock and Admissions Rep. Amanda Martin attended the Trail Pet Walk to talk about our Vet Tech and Vet Assistant programs! Thank you so much to all who came out to chat with us!

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Callie Traub, Registrar

Callie Traub

Callie Traub, Registrar

I’m originally from Missouri and just recently moved to Milwaukee. I went to Evangel University and received a Bachelor’s in Physical Education, and then went to Southern Illinois University and received a Master’s in Kinesiology. I spent several years teaching Exercise Science and assisting the school’s Registrar. Here at MCC I’ve moved into Registration full-time.

In my spare time I love photography, travelling, and my cat Tellie! I named her after my favorite place on Earth, Telluride – Colorado. I also enjoy hiking and snow skiing. 

I’m excited to be a part of the MCC team!

Milwaukee Career College Staff and their Pets

As 2015 approaches, Milwaukee Career College’s staff and instructors reminisce and have much to be thankful for, including our fur babies! Below are some of MCC’s staff and their pet family!

Kellie and Lula

Kellie and Lula

Student Services Coordinator Kellie has a 4 1/2 year old Shih-Tzu named Lula. Kellie received Lula as a college graduation present. When asked what makes Lula the best, Kellie replied “Lula is awesome because of her SUPER sweet personality. She loves everyone (especially children), and never barks. She is a perfect companion for me because we are both allergic to most everything :). Also, a fun fact…many people say she looks like an ewok. ;)”

 

Dr. Cybela and Patience

Dr. Cybela and Patience

Veterinary Programs Chair and instructor Dr. Cybela is pictured above with his adopted eleven-year-old domestic long hair, Patience. He says, “Patience is a cuddler, a lap cat — she always wants to be curled up on or beside you!”

Dr. Cybela also has two other cats, a four-year-old domestic short hair orange tabby named Marmalade and a one-year-old domestic long hair orange tabby named Mango. Marmalade was adopted by Dr. Cybela’s wife, Vikki, from a client at a clinic she was working at. Mango was adopted after by the family from MADACC/EBHS (he was originally one of the cats that spent time at MCC). “Marmalade is a super cuddler while Mango is very laid-back and friendly. Nothing ever phases him, he is always the one to come out and greet visitors to the house.”

Dr. Cybela also has a hermit crab, Phineas, and a Corydoras catfish named Cory.

 

Kicsi and Precious

Kicsi (left) and Precious (right)

Tanya has a eleven-year-old domestic long hair named Precious. Precious was three weeks old when Tanya picked her out of a litter of kittens on a farm. Tanya also has a eight-year-old Shih-Tzu named Kicsi brought to her family by the Easter Bunny when she was three months old. “Pets are great because they are entertaining. Having these pets instilled a sense of responsibility and respect for life in my children.

 

Elias and Petrie

Elias and Petrie

Jenissee has a 6 month old Teddy Bear puppy named Petrie who was given to her as a birthday present from her teenage sons. When asked what was great about her pup, Jenissee said, “He is the friendliest, most loveable dog and is in training to become a therapy dog for my eight-year-old son who is severely visually impaired. He is also wonderful for me because he is hypoallergenic and I am allergic to most dogs — having him as a new addition to the family has been absolutely wonderful!”

 

Julie and Bear

Julie and Bear

Julie owns Bear, a therapy cat she works with in hospice to visit the terminally ill. She also takes him to local colleges to help college students “de-stress” during finals week.  Bear was Julie’s inspiration to write a young adult novel that was recently published about overcoming bullying.

The Best Part of My Job… Maria Torres

mariaThe best part of my job is interaction. I love interacting with prospective students, current students, and MCC staff members.

There are always new challenges that require creative solutions, which makes my job interesting and fun.”

-Maria Torres (Financial Aid Manager)

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While I was a student at MCC I had an amazing time. All the teachers took the time to get to know their students, even Dr. Cybela. I was able to learn hands on in the career, and Mcc helped me find a Job in the field I studied. This is a great school, and I am glad I was a student. View more testimonials
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