Each year, caregivers and certified nursing assistants (C.N.A.’s) throughout the Chicagoland area work hard to be a positive and caring force in the lives of their patients. Not often enough does the healthcare world stop to thank them for their service.
On Friday, June 16, 2017, Caregiverlist and Midwestern Career College roll out the red carpet for C.N.A.’s and caregivers during the C.N.A. Day of Celebration. Timed to coincide with C.N.A. Appreciation Week from June 15-22, this event will feature a career fair, stimulating workshops, entertainment, prizes and food meant to thank them for their service and the work they do to improve the lives of their patients. Read more
The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) recognizes Midwestern Career College’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technology (Degree) and Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Degree) programs as approved educational programs for ARRT’s magnetic resonance imaging and sonography certification and registration respectively. Graduates of these programs are eligible to sit for ARRT’s certification exam respective to each field. You can find MCC’s listings on the ARRT website here.
Midwestern Career College is proud to announce that it has earned the 2017 Military Friendly® School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM Jobs℠, and Military Spouse. Read more
Are you looking for a successful strategy for your job search? Do you need advice on what to include in a resume, how to interview, and how to make a good impression? Our Career Quick Start webinars deliver expert advice directly to you via weekly videos available on Facebook and YouTube. Read more
If you are considering dialysis technician as a career, you’re probably shopping around to find the right school to get you where you want to be. There’s a lot to consider, from programs to clinicals to certification. We recently asked Maria Lupascu, CHT, the program director for Midwestern Career College’s dialysis technologist program, what people should take into account when researching dialysis schools. Read more