Adrienne Heath

Medical Assistant Student

Adrienne knows she belongs working with people. She loves having the patient contact and helping people out.

She’s been out of school for some time. And because she grew up with a learning disability and dyslexia, she was worried about going back. She didn’t want to put in the time and effort if something was going to go wrong.

She chose Career Quest because the schedule works for her and she knew she could really focus for eight months and get it done. “You have eight months to learn so much,” she says. “But they really touch on everything you need to know, so I definitely feel comfortable going out there.”

For her, success is being able to provide for her family and to enjoy her work.

“No matter how much stuff you have going on in your personal life, you can still succeed in this place,” she says. “They give you what you need and they help you along the way, no matter what struggles you have.”

“They give you what you need and they help you along the way, no matter what struggles you have.”

SUCCESS STORY

 “The students coming out of Career Quest have been prepared for what they should expect coming into the real world."

SUCCESS STORY

“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!”