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Nichole Rolfe Promoted to Medical Programs Supervisor

Nichole Rolfe has been promoted to the position of medical programs supervisor for Career Quest Learning Centers (CQLC), based in Lansing, Mich. Rolfe has been with Career Quest since 2014, beginning as a medical instructor and most recently serving in the role of faculty program supervisor.

In her new role, Rolfe is responsible for managing CQLC’s medical program, including hiring and overseeing faculty, curriculum and classroom activities. She’s also in charge of ensuring compliance with OSHA standards and regulations.

“I am thrilled to transition into the position of faculty supervisor. Career Quest has a strong team of instructors who are passionate about the success of our students, and I’m excited to be able to work with them to make a difference in our students’ lives,” said Rolfe. “I will miss the day-to-day classroom instruction however I will be able to continue to advocate for their future through the instructors who will be leading them through their education.” 

Rolfe has 10 years in the field of medicine, and two in the classroom, serving in various roles including certified nursing assistant and patient care technician. She earned her healthcare provider BLS, certified phlebotomist and certified clinical medical assistant from Career Quest.

“Nichole has a reputation for excellence in the classroom and she was consistently one of our highest rated instructors due to her knowledge, passion, and experience, said CQLC President Melissa Soderberg. “I know she will utilize all of those attributes in her new role and achieve great success.”

Since 1995, Career Quest Learning Centers has implemented its mission to change lives by putting people to work in their chosen field through technical and personal skills training.  Career Quest provides quality education and training with the equipment and technology found in the current workplace. For more information, visit


“I tried community college and it was not for me; I was just overwhelmed. I learn better in small groups. At Career Quest, it was almost like a family. Everyone’s willing to help one another and the teachers are awesome. I’ll be sad to leave!” 


“If anyone’s looking to get into an office setting, this is a great start because you can get all those basic computer skills that employers are looking for."