“In order to help others, you first have to help yourself. In order to grow in life, you have to work hard to achieve your goals,” says Rockford Career College graduate Ora Johnson. By enrolling in our medical assistant program, Ora took the first step in helping herself. By studying hard, developing her practical skills, and completing an externship, she gained the knowledge and experience necessary for her new career. We are extremely proud of Ora for graduating from the program and becoming a medical assistant. Now, she is equipped to serve others.
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“Don't wait until you've reached your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take towards reaching that goal!” This advice helped Karen Dildine stay confident as she enrolled in Rockford Career College's medical assistant program and pursued a new profession. We are so proud of her for graduating on the President's List with a 4.0 GPA and beginning a career serving others.READ MORE
“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” These words from Confucius inspired Leydi Salgado to keep progressing on her chosen career path despite the challenges.1 At Rockford Career College, Leydi put her all into studying and developing her practical skills. Her hard work paid off when she graduated on our Dean's List. All of us at RCC are proud of Leydi for overcoming the obstacles and becoming a medical assistant.READ MORE
“You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.” This quote from an unknown source inspired Sierra Anderson to change her professional future.1 After enrolling in Rockford Career College's medical assistant program, Sierra applied herself and developed the necessary skills for her chosen career field. We are extremely proud of her for graduating and creating a new beginning for herself.READ MORE
“Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go.” This quote from Christian Larson inspired Brook Kalen to pursue a new career as a medical assistant.1 We are extremely proud of her for graduating from our medical assistant program. Now, Brook can continue to be proud of herself as she helps patients every day in her new career.READ MORE
“Saying 'I can't' is an understatement,” says Rockford Career College graduate Starkesha Young. “You can do whatever you put your mind to; your mind has to be stronger than your thoughts.” Starkesha certainly was not intimidated by her educational and professional goals. Willpower and careful studying helped her graduate from RCC on the Dean's List. We are extremely proud of Starkesha for working hard and beginning a new career as a medical assistant.READ MORE