It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Vickie Guerrero, much less her signature catch phrase. Turn’s out she’s busy pursuing a childhood dream of working in the healthcare industry.
“I’ve always loved the healthcare industry,” admits Guerrero. “During my schooling, I fell in love with the administration part of it. It’s a dream of mine to continue and one day, have the opportunity to run a hospital or medical facility. That would be a prayer answered for me.”
Now, with the help of the WWE, she’s a step closer to her dream. Guerrero is one of the recipients of the 2018 WWE Talent Scholarships.
It can be argued that talent never really leaves the WWE, whether they asked for a release or were “future endeavored”, the company has ways of still looking out for former talent.
Probably the most famous example of the WWE’s efforts to continue to help former talent is their willingness to pay for drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. The Talent Scholarships are a less known program by which the WWE offers financial support to former talent pursing college degrees or completing certificate programs at an accredited college or university.
According to the WWE Community Website, the scholarship awards former talent with up to $5,000 per calendar year for their studies.
Along with Guerrero, former WWE Performance Center recruits Theo Agbi and Josh Woods, are also recipients of this year’s round of scholarships.
Guerrero is currently enrolled in Herzin University and could graduate by next summer. Agbi is getting his law degree at Vermont Law School and Woods is pursuing a criminal justice degree from the University of Central Florida.
We wish Guerrero and the others the best. For now, let’s relive Guerrero’s triumphant exit from RAW.