Community Care College graduates possess highly-desired skillsets within the professional world with the abilities to contribute to the healthcare, business, education and legal professions. Benefits of our graduates include:
Critical thinking and problem solving skills
Competencies in lifelong learning
Experience working with teams, solving problems, and completing projects
Ability to learn by themselves and with others
Prepared for entry level jobs and immediate productivity
Balance between clinical, research, and people skills
Serving spirits with a commitment to community
Strong work ethics
Track records of performance
Credentialed in most disciplines
Employer-specific drug testing and background screening
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Community Care College Graduates Still Finding Jobs In Tough Economy
Even in a climate of mass layoffs, pay cuts, and worker reductions; Community Care College graduates are securing rewarding employment. According to the latest report submitted by the College to its accrediting body, over 83% of students who had earned their associate degree at Community Care College were employed in their chosen career field.
“We are proud of our industry leading placement statistics. Our faculty members are experts in their professions and when you couple that knowledge with modern learning labs and progressive curriculum, we have designed a formula that leads to highly desirable and sought out graduates,’ “remarked Linda Dewitt, Director of Career Services for the college.
Another instrumental element of the College’s success is due to the selection of in-demand career programs offered. Community Care College conducts comprehensive market studies at both a regional and national level before offering a program of study. The College resists adding programs which fail to demonstrate consistent higher-than-average growth. The vast majority of programs offered at the College are healthcare-related; within healthcare, Community Care College offers both diplomas and associate degrees in Medical Assisting, Dental Assisting, Surgical Technology, Pharmacy Technology, Health Service Administration, Medical Billing and Coding, Veterinary Assisting, and Massage Therapy.
According to a recent study published by the Economic Mobility Initiative, healthcare represents the only field described as having a “very high” return on tuition investment. Ranked “high” return fields were business and education, the other two industries represented in Community Care College’s course offerings. Students who attend programs in “very high” or “high” return fields can expect to earn $12,000 to $18,000 more per year than those who pursue low return fields, according to the study.
“We are pleased with the outcomes of the robust Career Services initiatives at Community Care College,” says CEO Teresa Knox. “It’s not only vital that we scrutinize the viability and marketability of every program we offer, but that we also constantly evaluate whether our curriculum is the most advanced and innovative available on the market. We have a history of very high employer loyalty to our students because they are confident that our graduates are the best prepared for the workplace and will make a significant return on investment to their business.”
Over 1000 Employers Have Hired CCC Graduates. Here Are A Few: