“Successful do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do.”
“At my lowest point I was homeless and expecting my youngest child with a toddler. I am not only the first high school graduate in my family, I am also the first to attend college. As a mother of two daughters, it is the duty given to me from God to be a witness of how good He is all the time and how he can provide above and beyond all expectations. Now I am an ordained minister, working to eventually go to N.I.U. (Northern Illinois University), DeKalb School of Law.”
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Sometimes, help can come from the most unlikely of places. When crises arise, many people turn to close family or friends for assistance. Others have to look a little harder. For Rockford Career College graduate Olivia*, school once felt like her last hope.
A Role Model: Melissa (Mel) Acosta
2018 Medical Assistant & Allied Health Graduate
Starting Career at: Rockford Urological Associates
“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.READ MORE