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Student Starts Dream Career Thanks to U.S. Colleges Veterinary Assistant Program

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Student Starts Dream Career Thanks to U.S. Colleges Veterinary Assistant Program

At U.S. Colleges, we believe that every student can get the training and skills to create a new career path for herself. Darlene R., a recent Veterinary Assistant Graduate, is living proof of how far a commitment to success can take you!

It has long been Darlene’s wish to work for ShotVet®, a national company that provides affordable pet shots to dogs and cats across the country. With her certificate of completion from U.S. Colleges Riverside campus, she ...

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Faculty Feature: Meet Tricia Lane, Externship Development in Anaheim

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Faculty Feature: Meet Tricia Lane, Externship Development in Anaheim

Tricia Lane is our Faculty Feature at U.S. Colleges in Anaheim. Tricia is in Externship Development and works closely to build relationships with externship sites to help students prepare for their career.

 

What is your role here at the Anaheim campus?

In a nutshell, I seek out and best Externship opportunities. I meet with facility executives to build strong relationships so our students can fulfill their clinical hours for licensure. After all approvals are made, I work with the site manager on ...

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Instructor Highlight: Q&A with Corina Lopez, Clinical Medical Assistant Instructor

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Instructor Highlight: Q&A with Corina Lopez, Clinical Medical Assistant Instructor

Our instructors are the face of our U.S. Colleges campuses. They interact daily with our students – educating, teaching, and providing hands-on experience to help them build a successful future. Corina is an instructor for the Clinical Medical Assistant Program at U.S. Colleges in Anaheim. She is a valuable member of our faculty and has been helping students gain the necessary skills to get ahead in their career.

Can you briefly describe what you teach in your class?

I’m currently teaching ...

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Instructor Highlight: Q&A with Saharah Gardner, Phlebotomy Instructor

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Instructor Highlight: Q&A with Saharah Gardner, Phlebotomy Instructor

Our instructors are the face of our U.S. Colleges campuses. Saharah is a Phlebotomy Instructor for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician I Program at our campus in Montclair. She works with her students educating, teaching, and providing hands-on experience to help them build a successful future. Saharah talks about working at U.S. Colleges and how she strives to make an impact on her students.

 

Can you briefly describe what you teach in your class?

I teach students proper venipuncture and dermal puncture ...

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A Special Note to Our Students

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A Special Note to Our Students

Dear US Colleges Students & Graduates,

THANK YOU! I do realize you have other options for your college education so I wanted to send you a note of sincere gratitude for selecting US Colleges.

As CEO of our parent organization, I am fully responsible and in turn, my colleagues are responsible to sustain superior learning experiences for all of you. Our job is to make sure you come to school every day to learn, to graduate and then to secure employment in ...

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Medical Assistants and Their Role in the Healthcare Field

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Medical Assistants have the responsibility of handling the administrative and clinical tasks of a healthcare facility. No matter what kind of specialization a doctor may have, they require medical assistants to assist them on various tasks crucial to running a successful medical practice. The duty and role of a medical assistant differ according to the nature and the type of a medical facility they will be fulfilling their duties.

Opportunities

The number of job openings for qualified and trained healthcare ...

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What It Takes To Become An Accounting Specialist?

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If you are interested in becoming an accounting expert, you have to go through a fairly simple and straight process. Just like any other profession, to become an accounting specialist, you have to obtain the relevant education and experience. There is a high demand of accountants and an individual with the right degree,  and experience and skill can make it big in this sector.

Did you know that accounting specialists perform many tasks that are crucial to the day-to-day ...

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Perseverance: The Ability To Keep Going In The Face Of Adversity

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Perseverance is the art of being determined and consistently trying to achieve your desired goals, no matter the difficulties or adversity one faces. A number of great personalities have weathered all sorts of adversities and problems in life and have emerged victorious from the battle of life. Life is about change, which can be good or bad, and trying to adapt yourself to the circumstances in your current situation while working towards your desired goal can be tough. Perseverance allows ...

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Cool Jobs as a Healthcare Administrator

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If you want to pursue a successful career in the healthcare industry, which promises great advancement opportunities, then a job as a healthcare administrator might just be the best profession for you. A healthcare administrator is an awesome jobs in the healthcare sector, as it entails a variety of exciting responsibilities which require an individual to be dynamic and willing to handle issues competently. If you wish for a career which offers you the opportunity to explore your talents and ...

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Intangible Skills Employers Seek

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Job seeking individuals need to be prepared to impress their future employers as early as the first meeting. The educational background and work experience of an individual is significantly important to an employer while considering a candidate; however, there are other very important skills that interviewers seek in their ideal candidate.

Most employers state that they look for significant skills in a job candidate besides qualifications and experience. These intangible skills give employers a strong look at the character and ...

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