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SJVC Medical Assistant program students at Modesto March of Dimes Walk

Medical Assistant program students validate their career calling through March of Dimes Walk

by Nyla on May 17, 2017

If any medical program students have doubts about the career they have chosen, they are often reassured after participating in an event like the recent March of Dimes walk in Modesto. “It showed me there are many people in need that I can help with my medical skills,” says Medical Assistant program student, Hanna Foster.

Posted in Medical Assisting / Modesto / News and Events

Fresno Vet Tech program graduate Jennifer Turner Oliveria

Vet Tech career is true passion for Navy veteran

by Nyla on May 11, 2017

With over 20 years of experience in the military, a Bachelor’s degree, management expertise and tons of knowledge in specialty fields, Jennifer Turner-Oliveria was shocked to discover her interest in a career that would take her in a completely opposite direction. Veterinary Technology was not on her radar when she retired from the Navy in

Posted in Fresno / Grad Success / Veterinary Technology

Visalia Medical Assisting graduate Marie Arroyo

Medical Assisting program grad has strong advice: “Don’t have a backup plan!”

by Nyla on May 4, 2017

Sometimes a comfy safety net is your worst enemy. Maybe it is a “good-for-now” job, or someone else covering your necessities. You can lose a lot of years by being content with just getting by. Those who have stared at that choice will tell you that your best decisions happen when the pressure is on.

Posted in Grad Success / Medical Assisting / Visalia

Respiratory Therapy student uses CPR to save motorcyclist’s life

by Nyla on April 26, 2017

It was like any other school day for Yennaiv Oquita, as she headed home after her Respiratory Therapy program class last month. She had finished her math mid-term exam early, so she got to leave the Visalia campus a little ahead of her usual schedule. With more time before she started work at a local

Posted in News and Events / Respiratory Therapy / Visalia

Medical assisting program student Jonathan Holland

Passion for helping others leads student to Medical Assistant program

by Nyla on April 17, 2017

Jonathan Holland had not considered a career as a Medical Assistant until he spent a few years at his wife Angelica’s side during her frequent doctor’s appointments. “After all the things we had to learn about her medical conditions, that’s when I really developed a desire to become a Medical Assistant,” he says. “It helped

Posted in Medical Assisting / Student Spotlights / Visalia

Sheriff Mims visits Madera campus

Fresno County Sheriff shares wisdom with Business and Medical program students

by Nyla on April 10, 2017

On April 3, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims spoke to more than 50 Business and Medical program students, staff and faculty on the Madera campus about her career in law enforcement and the importance of education and motivation in pursuit of life and career goals. “It was really insightful,” says Medical Office Administration student Mercedes Reyes.

Posted in Madera / News and Events

Graduate of business program

Is Business Right for Me?

by Susie on April 5, 2017

Are you considering a career in business, but unsure if business is a good fit for you? Many soon-to-be students have wondered the same thing. “Business” seems like such a broad field, and you may wonder what you’ll actually end up doing after you graduate from a business program. The good news: Business is a

Posted in Business Administration / Business Programs