LANSING: 877-481-4930
JACKSON: 877-365-8144

We’re Celebrating in Style

Career Quest Learning Centers Christmas Celebration

From our light-hearted Ugly Sweater Competition to our Angel Tree of Giving, at Career Quest Learning Centers we know how to celebrate the holidays in style. The competition was stiff, but the winners of the faculty/staff Lansing Ugly Sweater Competition were Caroline (1st), Melanie (2nd) and Todd (3rd). What do you think? Were their sweaters ugly or awesome?

We also set up and filled our annual Angel Trees of Giving. In Lansing, we helped more than 30 families.

“That was one full tree,” said Lansing Campus President, Melissa Soderberg.

The Jackson campus also filled every branch on its tree with gifts and goodies for the families of Quest students.

“This is our fourth Christmas,” said Director of Education, Todd Bramlett. “We like to give back to the community, but a few years ago we realized that we could also give back to our own students. They could use a little help too.”

Both campuses have been decked out for the holidays, celebrating with fundraisers and parties. Jackson conducted a bake sale on the 14th and 15th and Lansing hosted a Christmas party on the 17th. There were refreshments and arts and crafts for the whole family. And our very special guest was Santa Claus! The kids had fun sharing their wish lists and getting their pictures taken with the big guy.

At Career Quest Learning Centers, we like to celebrate the holidays, but we love to celebrate the successes of our students. If you’d like to continue your education at a school where we really care about you, give us a call in Lansing at 877-481-4930 or in Jackson at 877-365-8144. We have programs in Business, Healthcare, Information Technology and Paralegal Studies. Which one is right for you?




 “The students coming out of Career Quest have been prepared for what they should expect coming into the real world."


“I’m enrolled at Career Quest so I can be better at the job I have now. I’ve learned how to recognize health symptoms before they turn into a health care crisis. More knowledge means I help my patients lead the best lives possible.”