There are well over 400,000 women and men working in Washington’s healthcare industry — and WGU Washington appreciates each and every one of them.

Terra and Nate’s story began with higher education.

As the Puget Sound area tied the record for consecutive days without rain, WGU Washington students and grads beat the heat with a trip to the ballpark.

As a kid, Heather Ben-Judah knew what she wanted to be when she grew up. “I wanted to be a teacher,” she said. Today, Heather is living her dream. She’s teaching elementary school in Poulsbo – not too far from where she grew up. She was able to earn respected,

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