May Students of the Month

April Students of the Month

Lansing: Chad Wiacek is a Network Administration student who brings a tremendous amount of positive energy to the classroom. He’s in the final mod of his diploma program, with plans to enroll in our Associate’s program. Though quiet by nature, Chad is enthusiastic and highly motivated to give 100% all the time. “Chad is full of ambition, joy and whimsy, lightening up even the toughest subject,” said Lansing Campus President Mollie Woodworth. “As the Vice President of the Student Association, he actively participates in events, always willing to lend an extra hand.” We can always count on Chad to help with any task that is given to him, in the classroom or on campus, no matter how big or small. 

Jackson: Congratulations to Billing & Coding student Arianna Mossolle, who keeps herself busy the entire time she’s at school, often helping out without being asked. “Arianna is proud of everything she does, from her school work in the classroom to working in the media center. She has great grades and she is focused,” said Chief Academic Officer Dave Heckeler. “She is always in the breakroom studying before class and it shows. She attacks challenges head on, while always being polite and respectful.” Keep up the great work Arianna!

Mount Pleasant: Caitlin Lalone has excellent attendance and is involved in her classes each day. She goes above and beyond to make sure she is gaining the necessary knowledge to become the best medical assistant she can. “As a brand-new mom, she has made sure to make school a priority despite any obstacles she has encountered in completing her program,” said Mt. Pleasant Campus President Shelby Dalgleish. “She is going out on externship in May and we’re excited to see all the lives she is going to change!”

Bay City: Suzzette Meredith is a Medical Assistant student who entered the program determined to succeed and make a better life for herself and her family. She is engaged in the classroom and shows great patience when working with classmates who need extra guidance. “It’s been a treat to watch her confidence and leadership skills grow over the past few months,” said Bay City Campus President Cassie Ferrer. “Suzzette always comes in to school with a smile on her face and a can-do attitude that is contagious to the other students. Always keeping a humble and positive attitude, she works hard and is a joy to have on campus.”

 

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.”

SUCCESS STORY

“By the time you’re done, you will have the confidence that you can go out there in the field and do what you need to do.”