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Mother and her daughters buckle down to realize their medical career dreams

by Nyla on October 24, 2016

26-year-old Jonniece McFadden had no idea that when she began her Medical Assisting program last October, she would be the trigger for both her mom, Teresa Battles, and sister, Ruby Battles, to enroll in medical programs on the Temecula campus, as well. “My mom started a month after I did because she saw how hard

Posted in Medical Assisting / Medical Office / Student Spotlights / Temecula

Fresno AMT Club at Community Food Bank

Medical Assisting and Medical Office Administration students volunteer at Community Food Bank

by Nyla on December 8, 2015

Fresno campus American Medical Technologists Student Society club (AMT-SS) members know the importance of serving the needs of their community – especially those in their community who are struggling with the most basic food and shelter needs of day-to-day life. Recently elected Club President, Wendy Flores, who will graduate from the Medical Assisting program next

Posted in Fresno / Medical Assisting / Medical Office / News and Events

Medical Office instructor Tawny Williams

Military wife put her needs last until she joined SJVC’s Medical Office program

by Nyla on August 25, 2015

Tawny Williams is her family’s support system. Her military husband, Melvin, and their 14-year-old son, Melvin, depend on her to keep “all systems go” at home. “A military wife is one of the biggest honors in the world, but it is a selfless life,” says Tawny. That busy life was rushing by. “By the time

Posted in Faculty Spotlights / Grad Success / Medical Office / Temecula

Online Medical Office Administration student Tiana Horn

Medical Office career provides greater satisfaction for recent graduate

by Nyla on April 9, 2015

Tiana Horn has always been interested in the medical field. She has a natural curiosity about how the human body works and she felt that, combined with the empathy she has for others, Medical Assisting would be a great career choice. It turned out to be an idea that fell a little short of a

Posted in Grad Success / Medical Office / Medical Programs / Online Program

Madera Medical Office program student Araceli Campos

Medical Office student rises above personal tragedies and builds a better future

by Nyla on April 6, 2015

Twenty years ago, Araceli Campos was a 14-year-old girl struggling in a single-parent home with her mother and her younger sister. Life became even more difficult when she realized she was pregnant. Whatever hope Araceli had for a better life slipped away. “Getting pregnant at an early age was pretty much where my life ended,

Posted in Madera / Medical Office / Student Spotlights

Hanford Medical Office program graduate Clarissa Hensley

Near tragedy shapes Hanford Medical Office student’s life

by Nyla on January 8, 2015

It was almost a year ago when 26-year-old single mom Clarissa Hensley was struggling to find her footing as a new student in Hanford’s Medical Office program. She and 15-month-old Colten were living with Clarissa’s grandmother, Judy, who also watched Colten while Clarissa was in class and held down a 30-hour-a-week job. Life was predictably

Posted in Grad Success / Hanford / Medical Office / Medical Programs

Medical Office program training front office assistants

Medical Assisting vs. Medical Office: Which program is right for you?

by Nyla on January 6, 2015

Working with a dedicated medical team that serves the health needs of others is a rewarding career you might be considering. But figuring out exactly where you fit in that environment may leave you with a great big question mark. Front office, back office…or some of each? We can help you decide. To start things

Posted in Medical Assisting / Medical Office / Medical Programs / SJVC