Certificates Putting Professionals on Fast Track to Success

Antioch University Santa Barbara’s Women & Leadership Certificate Program was highlighted recently in an article in the Pacific Coast Business Times.

“Quick-hitting certificate programs are popping up at some of the region’s colleges and are making the ability to accelerate your career faster, cheaper and more convenient,” writes the author, Chris Officer.

Officer interviewed Carol Tisson, Program Director for Women & Leadership. “It started as a program for women who someday wanted to be leaders,” said Tisson. “But it turned out we had women who were already leaders, they just didn’t see themselves that way.”

Special thanks to Chris Officer and the Pacific Coast Business Times.

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