Jazlyn says that what most attracted her to Career Quest is that it’s such an accelerated program. “You learn what you need to learn, the nitty-gritty,” she says.
As the Allied Health Supervisor for the University of Michigan Hospitals, Lisa Arnold works with CQLC externs.
Amanda decided to further her education because she has children to take care of, and she says her children drive her every day to succeed at what she sets her mind to.
Jennifer says being back in school now is easier than it was when she was in high school. She appreciates how much her Career Quest teachers are there for her and how they’ve set her up for success.
Sarah became a Career Quest Learning Center (CQLC) educator after working as a medical assistant for a variety of healthcare facilities. That allowed her to gain a lot of experience in different specialties and she brings that experience with her to the classroom.
Anisha Funderbrug is a Career Quest Medical Assistant Graduate and Registered Medical Assistant. She shared her story with us in the final days of her externship.
When Trish found herself at a job she didn’t like, she decided to change her path. However, finding a path to success took a little time. “I went to a couple other schools,” Trish said. “They did not have support that Career Quest has. With everything that they do for you, this is the school that helped me succeed.”
Lisa was taking care of an elderly couple, which she loved doing. But she wanted to help even more people and families. “I decided to start my own company,” Lisa said. She knew she needed to further her education in order to be successful, so she started at Career Quest in the medical assistant program. “The education, the professors, the instructors were amazing,” Lisa recalled.
Andrea had been working in the healthcare field, a budding industry with a bright outlook. But after twelve years with a company she thought she’d retire from, Andrea suddenly lost her job. This led her to make a decision. “I need to get the paperwork behind the experience.”