Career Quest Lansing Names All-Stars of the Year

Three employees of Career Quest Lansing have been presented with All-Star Awards by campus management at a special ceremony held in March 2015. 
 
Faculty member Laura McDowell was given her All-Star Award for going above and beyond on a consistent basis. “She’s always there to help us out of a jam and she has a positive, upbeat attitude. All the time,” said Lansing Campus President Melissa Soderberg. McDowell has been a member of the Career Quest team since 2010.
 
Director of Admissions Sarah Howard has created a culture of greatness for the Lansing admissions team. “She truly understands our students’ needs and works with them to help them change their lives,” said Soderberg. “Her attitude of total school involvement has lead to more students starting, and finishing, in Lansing.” Howard has been with Career Quest since 2014.
 
Director of Education Sherri Roe was honored for her role in establishing new curriculum for Career Quest. “She volunteered for a huge undertaking in editing and finalizing the curriculum created by our subject matter experts,” said President/CEO Bob McCart.”She works tirelessly to ensure our students and faculty receive the best product possible.”  Roe has been with Career Quest since 2010.
 
Since 1995, Career Quest has implemented its mission to provide students with the skills required for employment and/or career advancement, by educating and training them with the equipment and technology found in the current workplace. 

SUCCESS STORY

“I was working in a factory for 13 years when I got laid off. I needed to do something totally different and I started at Career Quest. Now I’m teaching here. I love it. “

SUCCESS STORY

“Career Quest gives you all the tools you need to be a successful medical assistant. You just have to make a choice to make it count.”