Share Your Voice. CAC Memories, Experiences & Adventures
Hey Vaqueros and Vaqueras, where in the world are you today?
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“Life can be given and taken in the blink of an eye and it’s our responsibility to explore, grow and learn all we can, while we can. CAC was my opportunity to do it all at once.”
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“My experience at CAC was life changing, as I grew up in Casa Grande with limited resources; thinking a college degree was not an attainable goal. Under the excellent guidance of the late Tim Edwards and Dean Merrell, I was able to achieve success in the classroom. Having also played baseball as a Vaquero, I was able to compete at a very high level in the sport I love the most. Through the direction and mentoring of Mr. Merrell, and building upon the confidence gained at CAC, I was able to go on to Arizona State University and obtain a B.S. in Agribusiness.”
“CAC prepared me to go to the next level by attending a college where I received my bachelors degree. I am now going to use everything that I learned from the professors at CAC to achieve another milestone in my life, and that is to receive my MBA from Strayer University here in North Carolina. I am currently a small business owner. Although I did not receive a degree in business, CAC prepared me for my current career by providing me with key elements for success.”
Johnny Johnson, Jr.
“CAC was the springboard I needed to continue my education. My skills were honed at CAC giving me the tools I needed to be successful at the University. Over the past 13 years I received my BA and MA at NAU and have taught at the elementary, junior high, high school, and college levels. I was an assistant principal for a number of years. Currently I am working as the director of developmental services at Northland Pioneer College in Northern Arizona.”