Maggie Bingaman – Student Highlight

Maggie Bingaman received the honor of being named PIHT’s Student of the Month. She is a very compassionate and thoughtful nursing student who is set to graduate in September of 2019. Maggie has had a long journey before reaching this moment.

Before attending PIHT, she attended Thiel College of Greenville, PA for religious studies. She enjoyed her time while she was there. After she left, she realized that there were not many career opportunities for somebody with a religious studies major. She had to think outside the box to determine how she could use her education and love for helping people to good use.

Maggie Bingaman - Student Highlight

Maggie figured out how she would make use of her talents after talking to co-workers while she was working as an aid in Ligonier, PA. After a few conversations with two LPNs who both graduated from PIHT, she decided she wanted to check out the program. When she arrived for her appointment, she liked the small environment. Kathy Coddington, the Admissions Advisor was “really bubbly and fun. She made everything sound awesome.”

To this day Maggie has yet to be disappointed by the school and staff. When asked what her favorite thing about attending PIHT is, she said, “The instructors! Everyone is really knowledgeable and willing to share their knowledge and personal experiences whether they were good or bad. They teach both real-world and NCLEX world. It is a combination of learning, but having fun while you are doing it.” Maggie has already referred friends to PIHT. “I really enjoy being here. You get to see a lot at the clinical sites because they are so diverse. It is a great environment to learn in. No instructor looks down on you. They do everything they can to help you succeed. There is such a strong bond here and everyone is so kind.”

Maggie’s favorite teacher is Amanda Hiltabidel. Amanda teaches Medical-Surgical I & II, which are also Maggie’s favorite courses. Maggie said, “Amanda is so into what she is teaching. It is really dense material, but she makes it fun. It is neat to see the things she teaches in med-surg, and then I go to work or clinical and can pick up on things I couldn’t before.”

Given Maggie’s personality, character, and background, it is no surprise that her goal is to become a hospice nurse. She has worked with hospice patients at her current job and she prides herself on being able to contribute to making them as comfortable as possible.  She hopes that in the next five years, she is married, with a family, and making an impact within the nursing profession. She hopes to provide more education and understanding of what hospice is and how it is beneficial. She hopes to make an impact and provide comfort for patients and families. PIHT is proud to have Maggie as a student and a future alumnus. We cannot wait to see what she does in her career!

42nd Annual Commencement Ceremony

2018 – 2019 Graduates

July 19, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.

Maggie Hardy Magerko Auditorium

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus

 

On Friday, July 19, 2019, the staff and faculty of Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology said goodbye to our latest group of amazing students. Graduation is always a bittersweet day for our PIHT family. We are proud of all of our students, for we know they will represent us well and do incredible things, yet we are sad to watch them go. Think of it as the education version of “empty nest” syndrome.

42nd Annual Commencement Ceremony

The day began with congratulatory Facebook posts from graduating students and their families, friends, and classmates. We always enjoy reading the well wishes and following the students through their day as they get ready for their big moment. As the students prepared at home, the faculty and staff worked to set up the auditorium. A special thanks goes out to Danielle Grimplin (for her work on the Graduation PowerPoint) and J.B. Shavel Photography.

Students arrived two hours prior to graduation and ran through their rehearsal while family members mingled in the lobby around the refreshment table. A big thank you goes out to our wonderful student volunteers Ema Smith, Tiffany Ruble, Hope Shearer, Teresa Schoolcraft, and Daisy Wilson!

Graduation began promptly at 5:00 PM with a welcome speech by Campus President/Practical Nursing Director, Pamela Hughes. Helen Snaith, Librarian, introduced the class Salutatorian, Brigette Neghanquet, CMA, who then took the stage to deliver her speech. Finally, instructor Roxanne Seaton introduced the class Valedictorian, Kristen Grimplin, CMA/CMOA. Kristin delivered a beautiful speech, thanking her fellow classmates, as well as the staff and faculty of PIHT.

Kathryn Coddington, Admissions Advisor, introduced the scholarship recipients who would be attending PIHT this year while Megan Murray, Admissions Advisor, presented them with their certificates. Six of the twelve new students were in attendance. They are Courtney Snyder, Anna Brenzy, Hattie Hughes, Romona Thompson, Chelsea Lee, and Chloe Eicher.

Danielle Grimplin, Academic Dean, asked the MA and MOA students to come to the stage. As they approached, the Allied Health and General Ed instructors presented each MA and MOA graduate with their pins and lamps. The pinning and lighting of the lamps ceremony is a beautiful tradition. Our students did a wonderful job! They didn’t return long to their seats before they were asked by Kathy Coddington to walk the stage one last time to receive their very well deserved diplomas. Danielle Grimplin presented the degrees.

Finally, Pamela Hughes delivered her closing remarks and conferred the degrees, declaring that the students were “officially graduates.”

Graduation is a day that is measured in equal parts pride, joy, nervousness, and sadness. In the end, however, pride wins out. We the faculty and staff of PIHT, are extremely PROUD of our students. We cannot wait until next year!

Congratulations to our PIHT Graduating class of 2019!

Associate in Specialized Business – Medical Assisting

Lynsey Rae Bailey

Lauren Marie Chapman

Caitlyn J. Conaway

Ashley Mae Crise

Justine Agnes Gillen

Kristen Lee Grimplin

Justina R. Harper

Shannon Marie Johnson

Scholarship Recipients 2019

Chelsey E. Leckie

Shelby N. Leonard

Marissa Kristin Long

Alicia Louise Minor

Brigette N. Negahnquet

Memrie Ann Olinzock

Brittany Lee Rock

Chrystal Reneé Rockwell

Jason J. Shannon

Laura Lynn Snyder

Heather Marie Solomon

Arianna L. Stoupis

Kayla Swank

Sherre L. Wellington

Associate in Specialized Business – Medical Office Administration

Erica Shea Campbell

Hayley Joyce David

Diploma – Clinical Medical Assistant

Victoria R. Arnold

Myracle N. Bryner

Ashley Nicole Dice

Amiee Lynne Gibson

Lana Schanz

 

Jade Bendishaw – Instructor Highlight

Jade is a PIHT alumnus turned instructor!

Before attending PIHT, Jade worked and helped manage her family’s restaurant business for several years. After its closure, she worked at other various restaurants until she decided to return to school.

PIHT Student of the Month July 2019

While at PIHT, Jade earned an Associate Degree in Specialized Business and Medical Assisting and after graduation, passed her certification to become a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant. She did not stop there. Jade came back to PIHT and joined the 2016 graduating class of practical nurses. She then passed her NCLEX exam with flying colors and is now a Licensed Practical Nurse. Jade did not stay away long. She realized she had a passion for teaching others and decided to come back to PIHT as an allied health instructor, teaching future medical assistants and medical office administrators. She became a certified postsecondary instructor within her first year of teaching. Jade teaches a variety of medical classes such as insurance, coding, and clinical labs. Jade is currently attending Westmoreland County Community College, working toward earning her associate degree as a Registered Nurse.

Jade chose to work at PIHT because she enjoyed the environment as a student and has always enjoyed helping other students. Seeing students succeed with the education she gives them is very rewarding to her. Her favorite part about working at PIHT is that everybody is like one big family. She stated, “Everyone gets along well and works together as a team. We provide an educational yet fun atmosphere for each other and our students.”

Jade’s biggest motivators are her children and fiancé. She wants her children to grow up and know that she made something of herself, and that with hard work, anything is possible. If she could tell her children anything, she would say, “Always follow your dreams and reach for the stars.”

Jade is most proud of what she has accomplished. She never imagined returning to school, but she did, and that took a lot for her to do.  Her long-term career goal is to obtain her Baccalaureate in the Science of Nursing and would like to eventually work in trauma.

Jade considers herself a thrill-seeker, which not a lot of people know about her. She likes adventures and trying new things. In her free time, she enjoys riding her RZR and hanging out with her family and friends.

How to Enroll for Fall Classes

You’re ready to put your healthcare career on the fast track, but how do you begin? What steps can you take today to help you create a better future for yourself and your family?

Earning a specialized associate degree has many benefits including increased career opportunities, gaining hands-on skills, and better job security. At Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology, we give students the training and skills needed to succeed in their careers.

PIHT Student of the Month July 2019

Fall classes are starting soon, so read on as we share exactly how to get started!

Enroll for Fall Classes

First, to enroll for fall classes, you need to request information. Call us at 724-437-4600, or come into our campus at 1015 Mt. Braddock Rd, Mt. Braddock, PA 15465.

Then, you will work with a PIHT Admissions Advisor to help you through the enrollment process. You will schedule a time to come in for a Career Planning Session to talk about your career goals, take a tour of the PIHT campus, and get the chance to meet faculty. Feel free to bring a family member or friend to your campus visit!

Next, you will meet with a Financial Aid Representative, fill out your FAFSA if needed, submit all required documentation, and sign up for your classes. Congratulations, you are now officially registered for classes!

Now that you’re enrolled for classes, we will work with you to make sure you have everything you need for career training success, like your scrubs, books, and supplies.

Healthcare Programs and Professional Certifications

PIHT programs are designed to give you the career training, hands-on skills, and professional certifications needed to pursue an exciting career in the healthcare industry.

With our Medical Assisting program, you will prepare for an exciting career as a Medical Assistant and can sit for professional certifications including National Certified Medical Assistant, Certified EKG Technician, and Certified Phlebotomy Technician. You will learn essential hands-on skills like taking a patient’s vital signs, checking a patient’s vision, collecting medical specimens, checking a patient’s blood-sugar level, performing certain lab tests, and assisting with simple surgeries.

Our Medical Office Administration program trains you in many areas crucial to helping medical facilities run smoothly, such as performing basic coding, maintaining electronic health records, handling billing, understanding medical terms, and transcribing a doctor’s notes. You will prepare to sit for the National Certified Medical Office Assistant, Certified Billing and Coding Specialist, and Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist professional certifications.

As part of our direct admission Practical Nursing program, you prepare for a great career as a practical nurse, giving you the ability to positively impact people’s lives on a daily basis. You will train in critical areas like conducting physical assessments, administering medications, caring for wounds, performing IV therapy, monitoring vital signs, collecting medical specimens, and performing routine lab tests. With our comprehensive practical nursing program, you are expertly prepared to take the licensing exam to become a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Why Choose PIHT

We specially designed our medical training programs to prepare you for a great career in healthcare, giving you the education, skills, and experience valued by local employers. At PIHT, student success is our top priority, and that’s why we offer student resources like academic advising, career advising, personalized attention, and small class sizes.

Graduates of our healthcare training programs are prepared to work in medical facilities like hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, medical labs, long-term care facilities, surgical units, and more.

Get Started Today

Ready to start your journey toward a great healthcare career? Fall classes are starting soon, so request information now to get started!

Reverse Graduation

Thank you to our students

It’s graduation time here at PIHT for our Medical Assisting students, but today our faculty was surprised with a graduation of our own!  Six of our graduating medical assisting students sent us an email asking to meet them at 10 a.m. in one of our classrooms. When we arrived, we were greeted with the response, “Welcome to YOUR Graduation!” and presented with beads and a full breakfast of fresh fruit, bagels, coffee and cupcakes in the shape of PIHT. This special group of students also made drawstring cloth bags for our teachers with their names and gifts inside. These ladies have been a special part of PIHT for the past 18 months, participating in the student event club, volunteering at last year’s graduation as ambassadors, and were instrumental in keeping morale and student involvement high during special events and holidays. Kimberly Prinkey was our “graduation speaker” and said the following,

“Teachers lay the foundation of knowledge and education in every person’s life. They not only educate us academically, but also teach us the lessons of life. This is a very emotional day for all of us as we are getting promoted to a new life, on one hand, and leaving behind our favorite place and favorite people, on the other.

PIHT students are the best

We would like to thank every single one of you for teaching and preparing us to succeed in the medical field. You all have been a totem of strength and a great pillar of support to all of us.  All of you have been as strict as a father and as loving as a mother, equally caring as a friend, a strict disciplinarian and yet always so approachable. You all are wonderful human beings that have accepted each and every one of our flaws and weaknesses and helped and prepared us to overcome them. So, from all of us, thank you!  We appreciate everything that you have done for us!”

Kimmy, Tiffany, Tricia, Daisy, Ema, and Teresa, THANK YOU for the privilege of teaching such awesome and dedicated students.  We wish you all the best and look forward to keeping in touch and seeing your success!  We love you all!

Budgeting 101

Whether you’re planning for the future or just want to know what you’re currently spending money on, effective budgeting can help you get there. Budgeting is an important part of personal finance for everyone, regardless of how much money you currently have or make.

Increased financial security, less debt, and a better credit score are just some of the major financial benefits to creating and maintaining a budget, but how can you get started with effective budgeting today?

PIHT Budgeting Blog

Find out below as we share our top budgeting tips with you!

Create a Monthly Budget

To achieve budgeting success, the first thing you must do is create a monthly budget. This allows you to know how much money you receive each month and how much you are spending each month.

Start by adding up all the money you have coming in each month from jobs, side work, child support, and any other source. Make sure to use your after-tax pay for any jobs because that’s the amount you can actually spend. Now you know exactly how much money you have to work within your monthly budget.

After you total your income, you need to add up all your monthly expenses. This can be intimidating if you’ve never created a budget before, but the best place to start is with your monthly bills, bank statements, and credit card statements. Create a list of everything you’re spending money on and the monthly amount you spend. Credit.org has a great list of potential expenses that you should be tracking:

  • Housing – rent, mortgage
  • Utilities – gas, electricity, water, sewage
  • Car – car payment, gas, insurance
  • Loans – student, credit card bill
  • Amenities – internet, phone, monthly subscriptions
  • Medical – healthcare insurance, bills
  • Necessities – clothes, household products
  • Groceries – food, pet food
  • Entertainment – activities, gifts, dining out
  • Miscellaneous – unknown expenses

Quarterly, bi-annual, and annual expenses also need to be accounted for and added to your budget. To ensure you’re saving the correct amount for these expenses, they need to be added in monthly. As an example, you pay your property taxes once per year, so divide the amount by 12 and include that in your monthly budget.

Next, you need to create a way to track your total income and total expenses. Feel free to use whatever method you are most comfortable with, whether that’s a spreadsheet or a notebook. Make a chart and list all income and expenses, then subtract your expenses from your income. After doing this, if you have money left over, that would be great for savings. If you’re in the negative, you need to increase your income or cut some expenses.

Needs vs Wants

When creating your budget, it’s important to look at each item and determine whether it’s a need or a want. Needs are things that you can’t live without, like housing, utilities, food, and clothing. Wants are things that would be great to have, but you don’t need them, such as vacations, eating out, and entertainment.

Once you’ve separated your needs from your wants, you will be able to take away from your wants to lower your expenses if needed.

Track Actual Spending

Your monthly budget is created and ready to go, and now it’s time to track your actual monthly spending. This helps ensure that you’re staying within your budget and lets you know if any changes are needed to your budget.

You can use helpful software like Mint, which is a free budget tracker and planner that does all the heavy lifting for you. Or you can review your credit card and bank statements on a monthly basis to add up your actual spending.

As the months go along, you will need to compare your actual spending to your monthly budget to determine if any adjustments are needed. For example, if your utilities are more than you expected, this will need to be changed in your monthly budget so it’s accurate.

Save for the Future

Saving money is extremely important for your future. Investing in your education, buying a house, or going on your dream vacation are all great goals for your savings.

Decide on the amount of money you want to save monthly and add it to your budget like a bill that you’re paying to your future self. This helps to ensure you will meet your savings goals.

Ready to fast-track your way to a great career?

Now that your budget is on track, you’re ready to invest in your future. Put your career on the fast track with a specialized associate degree, professional certifications, and hands-on training from PIHT. Request information now to get started today!

How to Create Your Personal Brand

You want to create a personal brand to get noticed by employers and put your career on the fast track, but how do you do it?

Personal Branding

Personal branding is the process of creating and maintaining a specific image of yourself. Just like companies create brands to be known for specific things like great service or amazing products, you can create a personal brand to be known for anything you want.

Companies have been using the power of branding for years and a great example is Apple. Have you ever wondered how you know it’s a commercial for an iPhone before the product is ever mentioned?  What about that feeling you get when you walk into an Apple Store? Ever wonder why all Apple products have the same look and feel? This is because Apple has branded themselves so well, that you know you’re having an Apple brand experience immediately. If Apple can use branding to become a billion-dollar company, imagine the positive influence branding can have on your career.

How can you harness the power of branding to advance your career? Read on as we share the five steps to creating a personal brand!

Step 1: Align your personal brand with your professional goals

The first step to creating an awesome personal brand is to decide exactly what you want your personal brand to be, also known as your brand identity. This step is extremely important because everything else will be built on this.

To determine exactly what you want your personal brand to be, you need to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Why are you creating a personal brand?
  • What are your professional goals?
  • What do you want to be known for?
  • What are you passionate about?
  • What are your strengths?

Answering these questions will help you get a clearer picture of what your personal brand should be. For example, if you are a medical student, some of your answers could be to get a job, advance your career, and to be known as an expert in your local healthcare community.

Step 2: Choose your platforms

With the rise of social media and mobile devices, personal branding has never been easier. We all have the ability to create our personal brand from anywhere, at any time, but choosing which social media channels you should focus on can be a challenge. Should you start with Twitter or Facebook? LinkedIn or Instagram?

Deciding which platforms to use in creating your personal brand really comes down to answering this: Who do you want to see your personal brand and what social platforms are they using?

For this step, it’s really that simple. If you’re a medical student and want potential employers to see your personal brand and notice you, then Facebook and LinkedIn are probably where you want to be. If you’re a graphic designer and you want to show off your work, Instagram would be a better option for you.

Step 3: Network with relevant professionals

After you have decided what your personal brand will be and what platforms you’re going to be active on, it’s time to start networking and building relationships with others. Begin by following relevant accounts in your niche. Feel free to like and comment on their posts when you have something to add to the conversation, as this will help to build the relationship.

Using our medical student example, you could follow local healthcare leaders, potential employers, healthcare industry experts, and relevant industry organizations. In addition to liking and commenting on their posts, you can share their content that aligns with the personal brand you are creating. For example, if a medical industry expert shares a post about an updated procedure, you can reshare this to your page as well.

Step 4: Share your knowledge and expertise

Sharing content to your chosen social media platforms that shows your own knowledge and expertise is essential to building your personal brand. This can be any type of digital content including photos, videos, blogs, status updates, tweets, and more.

When creating content, think about what the audience you are trying to reach would be interested in. For our medical student example, this could be photos of hands-on training for things like EKGs or blood draws. For a graphic designer, this would be photos of their various designs. Testimonials and recommendations from previous experience are always great to share because they validate your skills.

Step 5: Always be yourself

Creating a personal brand has many advantages and can boost your career, but always remember to be yourself! People connect with other people who are authentic and genuine, so letting your true self shine is a must when creating and building your personal brand.

Ready to fast-track your career?

Now that you’re working to create an awesome personal brand, take the next step and get the education and training needed put your career on the fast track! Request information now to get started today!

Tiffany Ruble – Student Highlight

Tiffany Ruble attended Laurel Business Institute for medical assisting prior to attending PIHT. She decided to change schools because she was looking for an environment that offered smaller class sizes and more of an open-door policy that allowed her to directly communicate with her instructors.

Tiffany was working as a certified nursing assistant at Uniontown Health and Rehabilitation when she discovered PIHT through an online search. She was impressed with the school’s overall graduation rate and alumni testimonies. It was then she decided to schedule an appointment with Admissions Advisor,  Kathy Coddington.

PIHT Student of the Month July 2019

After touring the school, Tiffany was convinced that PIHT was for her. She loved the structure of the building, the classroom sizes, that she knew other students that were enrolled,  and the welcoming atmosphere.

Tiffany had always aspired to become a nurse, but her time as a certified nursing assistant led her to realize that nursing wasn’t a fit for her. However, she knew that she belonged in the medical field because of her desire and compassion to help people and that she was good at it. She knew how to make people smile and feel good about themselves. That’s when she knew that medical assisting was what she was looking for. She was still able to provide hands-on patient care on a more personalized level.

For Tiffany, the best part of PIHT was “all of it”. When asked to elaborate on that, she stated that she loved the classroom sizes, the instructors, the students, and the many activities that she has participated in as a student. Her favorite was Christmas door decorating and the Halloween party. Tiffany says her favorite class was Student Success Strategies with Rachel Osniak. Her favorite things about that class were the outlining, learning what you personally excel in, and what areas you can personally improve upon. She stated that the class “really taught her about her.”

Tiffany’s ideal job is working with pediatric patients. She has a compassion for working with children and hopes to find longevity in that field. Her five-year goal is to be gainfully employed in a pediatric office, to have children, and to visit her classmate’s (Ema Smith) homeland of Fiji.

Tiffany would “absolutely” refer a friend to PIHT. The staff is excellent. Kathy Smitley in the front office is as good as they get and RuthAnn Guseman in Career Services works hard to get students involved and active in the student events club. Everyone here looks out for everybody like family.

Medical Office Administration Program Highlight

1. What kind of skills do students learn in this program?

Students will gain hands-on experience as a Medical Office Assistant. Upon graduation, medical office students will be proficient in medical terminology, pharmacology, anatomy and physiology, medical insurance, coding, and billing. They will also be able to navigate through electronic health records, spreadsheet applications, and all aspects of Microsoft Word.

MOA Students learning skills

2.  Which certifications can your students earn and why are they important?

Upon graduation, students will be able to earn their National Certified Medical Office Assistant certification through NCCT, a nationally recognized credentialing organization.

3. What are some characteristics that successful students in these programs possess?

Characteristics that students should possess to become successful in this field are being dependable, motivated, independent, goal-oriented, and to have, above all, superior interpersonal skills and communication.

4. Why is the externship important to the students’ education experience and how should students prepare for their externship?

Externship is a vital component to a student’s education, success, and growth. It provides the student with hands-on experience in real life situations, that enables the student to become more confident in their role as a medical office assistant.

Students are prepared for their externship throughout their entire curriculum. At PIHT, we pride ourselves on educating and equipping our students with the knowledge and experience through skills that cannot be seen on a resume. We believe that punctuality, quality of work, effort, critical thinking, time management, communication, participation, and teamwork are just as important as the technical education they receive at the campus. These vital components are crucial in obtaining an externship and keeping it.

5. What kind of career can graduates expect when they finish the program?

Graduates can expect different career opportunities upon completion and graduation from their program of study.

6. Why would you recommend that students consider going into this type of field?

As the healthcare industry continues to grow, so will its demand for allied health professionals. There is job security in the medical field, as well as a continuous opportunity to learn and grow.

Can you see yourself working in this field? If so click here and learn more today from Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology!

The Value of Short-Term Degrees

For students looking to complete their education and earn valuable certifications much more quickly, short-term specialized associate degrees that can be completed in less than 24 months, are the way to go.

The ability to start your career more quickly, earn valuable hands-on certifications, and have increased flexibility are just a few of the many benefits to earning a specialized associate degree.

Check out our top four reasons why fast track degrees are so valuable!

Value of Short-Term Degrees

Put Your Career on the Fast Track

Students can be on the fast track to completing their education and starting a great career by earning a short-term degree. Graduating in as little as 24 months gives students a head-start in their careers because they don’t have to spend four to six years in school.

Short-term degrees are more career-focused and therefore can be completed much more quickly. This is especially great for students who want to start their careers as soon as possible because they don’t have to take classes they don’t need for their chosen field.

At PIHT, students take the exact classes needed for their careers, because no one wants to spend hours in classes they’re never going to use!

Hands-On Certification Prep

Another advantage of short-term degrees at PIHT is that they give students the chance to earn valuable, hands-on certifications. Once students have earned these professional certifications, employers know they have the skills needed for on-the-job success.

Certifications are offered through third-party organizations that verify someone has the knowledge and skills needed to complete a specific job. For this reason, many employers prefer certifications that show a specific area of expertise.

Added Flexibility

Balancing work, family, and personal responsibilities can be a challenge while attending school, and short-term degrees offer students the increased flexibility to do just that. Students have more time for everything else because they are only taking classes they actually need for their careers.

Having the flexibility to continue working and spending more time with family while earning a specialized associate degree can make a huge difference in students’ lives.

Increased Career Opportunities

There are many fields that prefer a degree and certification before you can get a job, so earning a specialized associate degree will open up expanded career opportunities. Also, by earning a degree, it shows employers that you’re willing to work hard and meet your goals.

When applying for jobs, having a degree can give candidates an advantage over someone with no degree. At PIHT, our short-term degrees prepare students for real careers and we’re committed to helping each and every student succeed!

Ready to Get Started?

PIHT is here to help students achieve their career goals by offering short-term, specialized associate degrees, personalized attention, and career services! Request information to learn more and get started today!