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New Year's Resolution 2022

Do you have a New Year's resolution? With 2022 only a few days away, now is a great time to consider what improvements could be made to your professional life. Whether you are looking to switch careers or advance in your current field, Rockford Career College is ready to assist you. Here's how a career resolution could help you this year:

The Countdown Begins for January 3 Start

Registration for the January 3rd start is closing soon.  Our career, admission and financial aid representatives are available to assist you.  Choose from diploma and degree programs offered online. Classes are small, providing individualized instruction from our experienced, caring instructors. Whether you are preparing for your first career or feel ready for change, we are here to help you succeed.

As part of the Rockford Career College family, you could enjoy these benefits:

We Proudly Present Electrical Technician Graduate Aaron Esparza

Aaron Esparza, a Rockford Career College graduate, has a helpful tip for those seeking to become electrical technicians. “Have a good grasp in which field you would like to take your talents: self-employment, the IBEW union, apprenticeships under master electricians, and/or industrial electrician,” he says. Electrical technicians have a wide range of employment options, and our programs strive to prepare students for all of them.

We Proudly Present Medical Assistant Graduate Alejandra Perez-Cruz

Alejandra Perez-Cruz, a graduate of Rockford Career College's medical assistant diploma program, knew she wanted more than just a job. She was searching for a rewarding career helping others. Through hard work and determination, she started on the path to a medical assisting career and earned her diploma. She believes that having a fulfilling career is essential to living life to the fullest. “Just live your best life,” Alejandra says.

We Proudly Present Animal Welfare Administration Graduate Colleen Corbett

“Fall. Stand. Learn. Adapt.” This Mike Norton quote encouraged Colleen Corbett to pursue the career she truly wanted.1 While enrolled in Rockford Career College's animal welfare administration program, Colleen applied herself and never lost sight of her professional goal. We could not be prouder of her for graduating on the Dean's List and beginning her dream career.

We Proudly Present Healthcare Administration Graduate Fateenma Moses

If you want something you never had, you have to do something you've never done. This saying inspired Fateenma Moses as she pursued her career goals. By enrolling in Rockford Career College's medical assistant diploma program, Fateenma was able to expand her knowledge and develop vital skills for a new career. After earning her diploma, she then completed our Associate of Applied Science in Healthcare Administration degree program.

We Proudly Present Dental Assisting Graduate Jacqueline Pinedolbarra

Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. This advice, based on a quote from Albert Einstein, inspired Jacqueline Pinedolbarra to begin a career that would prove valuable in her community.1 After enrolling in Rockford Career College's dental assisting program, Jacqueline studied hard, developed her practical skills, and continually reminded herself that her dream was within reach. We are extremely proud of her for graduating and starting a career serving others.

We Proudly Present Medical Assistant Graduate Dominic Boose

“Graduation is not the end,” says Rockford Career College graduate Dominic Boose. “It's the beginning.” As Dominic progressed through our medical assistant program, she never lost sight of her goal: graduating so she could help patients in her community. Thanks to her determination and tremendous effort, she graduated on the President's List with a 4.0 GPA. We are so proud of her for achieving her educational and professional goals!

We Proudly Present CNC and Robotic Manufacturing Technology Graduate Logyn Eichholz

“It’s the oldest story in the world. One day, you’re seventeen and planning for someday. And then quietly and without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life.” This Nathan Scott quote encouraged Logyn Eichholz to make the most of today by enrolling in the CNC program at Rockford Career College1. We are so proud of the effort Logyn put in to graduate and start a new career path!