Have you ever been uncertain if a job was right for you? Many consider welding to be a male-oriented career, but there are plenty of opportunities for women to thrive in this trade. Fast growth in the trades has inspired women like Paige Kroschel to explore this career path. Ms. Kroschel graduated from Rockford Career College's welding program this month and is ready to begin her new dream job.
Working multiple jobs. Caring for children. Sometimes, every day matters prompt us to place our dreams on hold. When it comes to continuing education and starting a better career, many feel that financial and time constraints make those goals impossible to pursue. However, at Rockford Career College, it may be easier than you expect.
Hi, I’m Lissette. I came here to Rockford Career College through the MA (Medical Assistant) program and I went to my externship with Crusaider and I’m excited to start my career with them.
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“Successful do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do.”
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.