Not all healthcare careers involve interacting with patients. If you enjoy helping behind the scenes, there are plenty of ways you could contribute to the medical field. My name's Carlos, and I'm a medical laboratory technician.
- For over 10 years, we have been delivering online classes. We've had plenty of time to learn what works and update our online offerings.
- You can complete some or all of your online classes at the school. You'll have access to our computer labs. Study with other students, print out assignments, or ask the staff member on duty for assistance.
- Our Learning Resource System (LRS) supports learning in and out of the classroom. The LRS consists of the physical library, resource center, online research database (ProQuest), and eLibrary.
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Meet Juanita Tatum, a graduate of Rockford Career College’s electrical technician diploma program. She has never been afraid to take on a challenge. Although her dream career field has been traditionally male-oriented, she knew she could achieve her professional goals. After enrolling in Rockford Career College's electrical technician diploma program, she persevered to make her dream a reality.
Every day, Sangeetha Gopalaseshan, MS, RDMS, RVT gets to live out her passion. She finds nothing more rewarding than preparing students for their future careers. Her hope is to improve both her students' and all patients' lives through her contributions to the field.
You want instructors who practice what they teach. Rockford Career College's faculty members know how important it is to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in their respective fields. That's why Stephanie, RCC's medical assistant/limited scope x-ray technician program chair, currently holds multiple jobs in her field.
For Sheneitha, what started as caring for elderly family members soon turned into a fulfilling career. As a patient care technician, Sheneitha has changed many lives and led aspiring PCT's to success.
Mayor Tom McNamara proclaims March 2021 Rockford Career College month.
P R O C L A M A T I O N
WHEREAS, Rockford Career College is the oldest career training college in Illinois, the 7th oldest in the nation, and the 5th oldest business listing in the city of Rockford; and
WHEREAS, the mission of Rockford Career College is to provide a relevant, well-rounded occupational education, to provide local employers with well-prepared graduate, and to server our community partners; and
Not all instructors are found in classrooms. As Library Coordinator, Lena Verkuilen is excited to assist students with their career goals. We are happy to have her as part of the Rockford Career College family.