Graduates Flourish in New Careers at Holston Medical Group
Jun 15, 2012
For Yvette Stratton (pictured left), coming to the Bristol Campus was an opportunity “to have more experience,” she states. Having worked previously at a daycare, Yvette knew she enjoyed caring for people and wanted to expand her horizons into the medical field. She found National not only gave her the skills, training, and experience she needed to land her job as a medical assistant at HMG, but she also found the small class sizes and personal attention gave her a sense of community at school. “[The faculty and staff] are there for you anytime you need something,” she shares. Her experience at National has inspired her to go back to school and become a registered nurse — a goal she looks forward to pursuing in the near future.
Gregory Little (right) held a variety of interesting jobs (not least of which was pursuing a career as a standup comic for a while!) before coming to National College in search of training that would allow him to be around his family and support them with in a career with greater job stability. He chose National because the course schedules allowed him to work while going to school. Two years later he graduated with his medical assisting degree from the Bristol Campus and started work at the Holston Medical
Group (HMG). He enjoys his work so much that in over the next couple of years he looks forward to continuing on at HMG, “doing what I love,” he says. For Gregory, education is something that “people cannot do without” and he encourages students to continue on in their studies and keep going further in their educational Yvette Stratton pursuits.
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