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Medical assistant comforting her patient
Certified Nurse Aide, Healthcare, Medical Assistant
December 26, 2018
  According to a recent report by Mercer, a global health care staffing consultancy, “the U.S. will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025.”1 With baby boomers living longer and requiring health services, there is more of a need for healthcare professionals. And it’s not just doctors and nurses who will fulfill the demand; support staff is more crucial than ever. There is already high demand for professionals like Medical Assistants, Certified Nurse Aides, and Phlebotomy Technicians, and according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand will be faster than average for all three professions through 2026. 2/3/4
Graduate holding her degree from Career Quest
Business, Continuing Education, Employment
December 18, 2018
There’s no doubt about it. Getting a formal education in the business field could give you a competitive edge in your career. But if you’re not quite sure about spending four years on a bachelor’s degree, there’s another option for you: an Associate Degree! Here are 5 things you might do with an associate degree in business.
Campus Events
December 15, 2018
Mt. Pleasant campus hosted a graduation ceremony for 76 students at Mt. Pleasant High School on Friday, December 7. The keynote speaker was CQLC Medical Instructor Hope Gillis and the student speaker was Christyle Woodberry, who graduated from the Medical Assistant program.
Career Resolutions from Career Quest
Campus Events, Career Quest Advantage
December 12, 2018
  Maybe! It could be worth a $100 gift card. At Career Quest Learning Centers, we hear all the time how a single good decision has the power to change lives. For our students and graduates, it usually starts with a commitment to a career path. And what better time of year to make a career resolution?
Awards
December 6, 2018
LANSING: Juan Howell has stepped up and helped his fellow classmates through a plethora of team projects. He has not only excelled in his academics, but he has done so while averaging 50 to 60 hours at work each week. He has continued to excel in every course he has completed at Career Quest and now he is only days away from earning his associate degree.