Daniel McCloud started his associates degree in machining while still in high school, and then scored an internship with Rolls Royce that turned into a full-time job. Now he has returned to Tyler to build his business skills as he starts his own business.
Two weeks after enrolling at Tyler to become a social worker, Yvonka Weaver was diagnosed with 3 brain aneurysms. She persevered through her health challenges, and with her Tyler support network, completed her degree and transferred to VCU.
After high school, Renato Arenas took a job as a mechanic because he didn't think he could afford college. But he wasn't happy, so he secured financial aid to start his education at Tyler. Now, he's a global IT analyst, helping companies with IT regulations and compliance.