About the Montclair Campus
Respected, welcomed, accepted, and most of all supported. These are just a few of the words that describe student’s feelings as they attend U.S. Colleges Montclair. Preparing for your new career can be a demanding task. That’s why our admissions team at Montclair are committed to helping you get the training you need for the career you deserve. Whether you have kids, a full or part-time job, or would like to further your career, at our Montclair campus, you’ll get the one on one training you need to advance your career.
As a student at USC Montclair you’ll have the opportunity to attend day-time, evening, and weekend classes, and can earn your degree in as little as few short weeks.§ Choose from multiple healthcare training programs and learn hands-on with the tools you’ll use in your healthcare profession. During your externship, you’ll practice the skills you’ve learned in real-life scenarios, better preparing you for your career. *
Your Healthcare Career Path Opportunities
Learning to succeed in your career, and developing your skills are just a few of the things that you can be proud of. You’ll receive one-on-one training from your instructor, and they’ll help you stay disciplined while respecting your goals and development. They’ll know your name and challenges, and work with you to overcome them. When you’re ready to start looking for employment you’ll be partnered with the career service team. You have the opportunity to move towards a better future with U.S. Colleges.
- Admissions Team: The Admissions team is here to help walk you through the requirements, eligibility, and application process for the programs.
- Career Services Team: All students gain access to our industry experts on the career services team. This is a great place for you to sharpen your interviewing skills, resume writing, and go over how to present yourself professionally in any work environment.*
My favorite thing about my job is watching the students’ progress and become successful in the field.
Lead Phlebotomy Instructor at Anaheim Campus
Info about U.S. Colleges Montclair
Wi-Fi Available for Students
1 Clinical Medical Assistant lab 1 Emergency Medical Technician lab 1 Certified Phlebotomy Technician lab
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Free Student Parking
• Practice/prep stations and tutoring offered to students • Conveniently located near restaurants, entertainment, and shopping plazas
Jack Goodwin, Program Director for the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program, was interviewed on San Diego Living where he talked about the short-term program as a great entry point into a career in health care, and the personal sense of fulfillment by working as an EMT.Read More >
As a phlebotomist, you will need to be able to work with any or all of these individuals. It will be up to you to gently help them accept the procedure and walk away with a good experience.Read More >