Always striving to reach her full potential, Bethany Kopp continued her education so she could begin her dream career. “If you are not green and growing, then you are dead and dying,” she says. “Always try to improve yourself.” All of us at Rockford Career College are proud of Bethany for studying hard and graduating from our medical assistant program.
What You Learn in a Medical Assistant Program
For each graduate of a program, we highlight three different courses.
During the program, Bethany took courses such as: Patient Care, Specimen Collection and Analysis, MA Technology Fundamentals, and more.READ MORE
Looking for a rewarding profession? As an early childhood educator, you could be a positive influence in your students' lives and set children up for future successes. Teachers are needed now more than ever. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of preschool teachers is projected to grow by 13% in Illinois from 2018 to 2028.1 That's why we developed our brand new Early Childhood Education program.READ MORE
When it comes to career progression, Keyahna knows that you have to affect the change you desire. “Complain and remain or believe and achieve!” she says. Enrolling in our program was the first step she took toward achieving her career goals. We are very proud of Keyahna Rountree who graduated on the Dean’s List from Rockford Career College's business administration program.READ MORE
June 8th is National Best Friends Day! How will you celebrate those closest to you? While we often think of our friends as people to watch movies, take walks, or talk with, they could also play an important role in our professional lives.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
- 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.
- Library coordinators are here to help, both online and on campus.