Justin Krashefski Has a History of Education

Justin Krashefski is an academic that shows this prowess through exemplary grades and performance in the classroom. A student of many disciplines, Justin Krashefski now focuses all his brains on sports medicine, however his extensive classroom experience is what got him to where he is today.

Justin Krashefski joined the Coast Guard after finishing high school, a new venture that entailed a different kind of training in a different kind of classroom. Justin adapted well, and throughout his eight weeks of basic training he flourished in front of his classmates.

Justin Krashefski

After his five years of enlistment, he then went on to train to become an officer for the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. This rigorous course involved months of training which proved similar to his Coast Guard training, except it was for a domestic force which put him in closer touch with his Florida neighborhood. With his top shape physical fitness, his wits and the ability to make friends among his classmates, Justin Krashefski made it through the program successfully.

After four years in the police force, Justin Krashefski went back to civilian studies and sought an Associate’s Degree in Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology at Keiser University. Like all over educational endeavors in his life, Justin blew through this one without struggle, and earned his degree within two years. Now with the momentum of academia going, Justin Krashefski has continued to further his education and is seeking a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from Florida Atlantic University.


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