Becoming a medical assistant allows you to better not only your own future but others' as well. That's why Rachel Bigham enrolled in Rockford Career College's medical assistant program. Her compassion for others kept her motivated even when her courses felt challenging. We are extremely proud of Rachel for taking on the challenge, graduating from the program, and beginning a new life serving her community.READ MORE
Our new president, Jason Smolka, is wasting no time focusing on new initiatives at Rockford Career College to improve every student’s experience. Jason’s mission is to have instructors and staff members work together to focus on student success, retention and job placement.
This week’s team-building event had our Academic Dean, Marc Sherrod, lead inter-departmental groups in teams of five. In just 30 minutes to create, from a limited amount of straws and tape, some type of carriage that would allow a raw egg to survive being dropped 20 feet. Not one egg broke, which is rare in this exercise!READ MORE
Meet a Medical Office Billing and Coding Graduate
“Inhale the future, exhale the past.” This quote by an unknown author inspired Porshay Paden to work toward a better future in her dream career field. After enrolling at Rockford Career College, Porshay studied hard and never gave up on her professional and academic goals. We are extremely proud of Porshay for graduating and beginning her new life as a medical office billing and coding specialist.READ MORE
Racing season is coming soon and so is our update on the car sponsored by Rockford Career College.READ MORE
“Hard work pays off. It is worth the struggle!” says Rockford Career College graduate Laura Watts. “Stay strong, no matter how tough things may seem—there will always be a brighter day!” While enrolled in Rockford Career College's paralegal program, Laura never gave up on her goals, even when the courses seemed challenging. We are extremely proud of her for graduating on our Dean's List and beginning her dream career.READ MORE
“Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Although it is unclear whether this famous quote should be attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson, Muriel Strode, or another individual, it has nevertheless inspired many to follow their dreams.1 Athena Carson decided to pursue her dream by enrolling in our business administration program. We are so proud of Athena for studying hard, graduating, and beginning the career she truly wanted.READ MORE