Phlebotomy Student Goes Above and Beyond for Classmates

Phlebotomy Student Goes Above and Beyond for Classmates

The U.S. Colleges family was pleased to present phlebotomy student Brandy O. with a Leadership Award for her outstanding dedication to her fellow students and for truly embodying the U.S. Colleges spirit. Brandy was not only an asset to her cohort, but she was an inspiration to U.S. Colleges staff and students as well. We are honored to have her as part of the U.S. Colleges family and look forward to keeping in touch with her throughout her new career.

H2:  No One is Left Behind at U.S. Colleges

While Brandy was enrolled in the U.S. Colleges Phlebotomy Program, she made a concerted effort to work with her classmates to prepare for their upcoming National Healthcareer Association (NHA) examination and to help another student who was in financial need. After finishing the program at the Anaheim campus, Brandy took the initiative to form a study group with her classmates so that they would all be fully prepared to take their NHA test. This showed that Brandy was truly invested in the success of each and every one of her classmates and the staff and students at U.S. Colleges is sincerely thankful for her leadership and dedication to mentoring other students.

Brandy also went above and beyond to help another student who had fallen behind her payments and was not going to be able to take the test. Brandy rallied her classmates and they all chipped in to help this student catch up on their payments and take their final exam. This kind gesture on behalf of Ms. Obrady and the other students in the phlebotomy cohort really shows how deeply our students care about each other and makes us proud that our learners are as dedicated to student success as we are. At U.S. Colleges Anaheim, no student is left behind.

H2: More About the U.S. Colleges Phlebotomy Program

The U.S. Colleges Anaheim campus offers a Certified Phlebotomy Technician I program that is ideal for people who are interested in working in the medical field but do not have the time to enter and complete medical school. Skilled phlebotomists are in high demand and our graduates will come away with having the knowledge and skills they need to apply for an entry-level job in this field. Many of our graduates remain in this line of work for the rest of their careers and some even work as phlebotomists while working towards medical careers such as physician’s assistants, nurses, or even doctors.

Thinking about a new career in the medical field? Our Certified Phlebotomy Technician I program can help you make the first steps into an exciting new field. You can become a trained phlebotomist and know you have the necessary educational foundation to and the skills you need to find your first job in this growing industry. To learn more about the U.S. Colleges Phlebotomy Technician I Program, fill out an information form or call us at 1-888-388-7568.

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