Knowledgeable, adaptable, and reliable, Deanna is thankful to have a career that combines her two greatest passions: teaching and the medical field. She is a Certified Medical Assistant (NHA Certified) and holds an Associate in Applied Science degree from Rockford Career College. From July 2015 to November 2020, Deanna worked at Crusader Community Health and loved every second of it. Although the Women's Health Services Department was her primary area, she also gained experience in pediatrics, family practice, internal medicine, and walk-in care.
Encouragement goes a long way. Although it's important to be a self-starter, having teammates who help you develop is crucial as well. Dave attributes his success in the welding field to coworkers who showed him how to progress in his career.
Todd has never been one to shy away from difficulties. Todd earned his associate degree in business from College of DuPage. Later, he received his bachelor's degree in economics from Northern Illinois University. He spent over 25 years in the electrical business, gaining plenty of field experience. In addition to running a business, Todd worked in healthcare for 15 years. No matter what task was at hand, Todd's determination and passion for his work were always evident.
Janet joined the American Higher Education Development Corporation in April 2012 and has been teaching exclusively online since January 2014. She earned her bachelor's degree in business administration (major health administration) from Davenport University. Janet also holds a master's degree in healthcare administration from the University of Phoenix. Additionally, Janet is a certified professional coder (CPC) through the AAPC.
Communication is the key to excelling in sales management. Building rapport with customers, training new sales representatives, and interacting with colleagues are skills you need time to develop and master. That's why we seek out sales management instructors like Stephen Beauregard who have had decades to refine their communication abilities.
Joey began her science career by mentoring, teaching, and supporting her fellow students and laboratory personnel. Working in the lab wasn't just another job to her. She loved everything about the medical laboratory field so much that she decided to stay. “I ultimately found my career and home,” declares Joey. For over a decade, she worked on various projects such as bioburden testing for the FDA and CDC as well as food research and development. Her work directly contributed to the success of future scientists and society as a whole.
Experience is crucial to working in construction. Without hands-on training and lessons from seasoned instructors, construction work is extremely difficult to navigate. Fortunately, the Rockford Career College faculty members have plenty of experience in their respective fields. Greg Schuman, lead instructor for the construction management program, is ready to prepare you for your new career.
In 1983, Robert started his surgical technology apprenticeship in the Andrews Air Force Base's operating room. While in the Air Force, he graduated from the School of Healthcare Sciences concentrating in surgical technology. It was in 1986 that Robert was introduced to the worlds of material management and central sterile processing. He then began his teaching career at High Tech Institute in Sacramento, California in 1998.
Angie's dental assistant journey started chairside, where she gained valuable experience and nurtured her love for her work. As her skills and knowledge expanded, so did her desire to learn about all aspects of a dental office. Eventually, she started managing dental offices herself. Realizing how much she had to offer dental assistants of the next generation, she decided to become part of the RCC team. “I love sharing my passion of dentistry to help eager students succeed in their dental education,” says Angie.