Student Highlight: John Sobota

January 11, 2018
Students John Sobota (left) and R.C. Schroeder discuss topics during their Issues in Career and Technical Education class (CTE-708) in Jarvis Hall Friday, November 10, 2017. (UW-Stout photo by Brett T. Roseman)
Students John Sobota (left) and R.C. Schroeder discuss topics during their Issues in Career and Technical Education class / UW-Stout photo by Brett T. Roseman

I'm a 25-year owner of Andale Real Estate, teaching as an adjunct at UW-Stout in the Real Estate Agency Managment program and taking my Master's degree in CTE online at UW-Stout. I live in Menomonie, WI, with my wife, Jill (a Stout Alumna), and five children. My oldest son is planning on attending Stout in Fall 2018!

Taking my master's program online allows flexibility in my schedule. I appreciate the ability to work full-time and still be able to work toward my degree!


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