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Melissa Ridgeway,  Community Outreach Coordinator | Rockford Career College
Melissa Ridgeway Promoted to Community Outreach Coordinator

Melissa Ridgeway has been promoted to the position of community outreach coordinator for Rockford Career College. In her new role, she is responsible for meeting with high school students and others who could benefit from Rockford Career College’s unique approach to education.
 

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Welding
Welding Students Learn How to Weld and Create Fireworks in their Welding Training Program

When Katy Perry sang, “Well, baby, you’re a firework,” she CLEARLY had Rockford Career College’s latest team of welding students in mind! While taking these welding certification classes, these students are learning all about safety and the proper techniques required to be top notch welders in their field. Now, having not met our welding students, let me paint a picture for you – these students are literally bursting with personality.

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Rockford Career College Paralegal Alumni Ryan Smith smiling
Graduate Spotlight: Ryan Smith

Rockford Career College was one of the best decisions I have made. The classes, the instructors and the program directors not only taught material, but real-world experience. This decision truly changed my life and my family’s life.” - Ryan Smith, Paralegal Alumni.

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Rockford News: Summer Newsletter

Letter from the President

Hello Students,

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Graduate Spotlight | Rockford Career College
Graduate Spotlight: Chelsea Lampe

"Being a Rockford Career College Student has helped me to develop my professional skills."
- Chelsea Lampe

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Graduate Spotlight | Rockford Career College
Graduate Spotlight: Christine McGowan

Hi, I'm Christine McGowan, and the reason I went back to school is because I wanted to start a new chapter in my life.  I am a CNA at a nursing home and I love it, but I don't like the strain it puts on my body.  So I decided to go back to school.  My experience here at Rockford Career College has been wonderful! I started as a medical assistant, then I moved to medical billing and coding.  Two and one half years ago I was a shy persna nd barely lifted my head when people spoke with me.

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