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Ethics and Principles of Medical Assisting

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Medical assistants work alongside physicians helping them to perform their jobs and provide quality patient care. They have a lot of direct patient contact and many responsibilities. Medical assistants need to know the fundamentals of their profession, but also all about the ethics and principles of medical assisting.  [Tweet "The AAMA certifies medical assistants and sets ethical standards"]The American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) certifies medical assistants and sets ethical standards for its members. It requires medical assistants to take a pledge of professionalism that includes the following tenets: Render service with full respect for the dignity of … [Read more...]

Finding a New Career -4 Ways to Start

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Do you like what you do for work? Or do you feel stuck in a dead-end job that doesn’t really fit your talents? If the idea of finding a new career sounds a little scary, you’re not alone. But if you take the time to consider what you‘re good at and the types of careers that might interest you, you’re halfway there! Here are 4 ways to get started on the path to your new career: Self-assess: Before you can decide what you want to do for a career, you need to consider what you’re good at and the types of jobs you might like. Do you like retail and desk work, or are you more of a hands-on person who likes to stay busy using your brains and your hands? Think about your natural talents and … [Read more...]

Roadmap to Success Infographic

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Are you ready to start on the journey towards career search success? Follow along the path of the Porter and Chester Institute “roadmap to success” to see if you have taken all the steps to position yourself for a successful career search. This handy infographic provides some easy answers and useful tips on how you can start on the path to your future right now! Check it out: … [Read more...]

Heating and Air Conditioning: A Top Career Choice

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Have you ever lost heat in the middle of a frigid New England winter night? Then you know what it’s like to desperately want it fixed! How would you like to be the go-to person in a heating crisis who can do just that? With career training in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR), you could learn to save the day while building yourself a career in a growing field. [Tweet "Above average job growth is prediceted for HVACR through 2022"]According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the job outlook for HVACR careers is great, with faster than average job growth predicted through 2022. The BLS also notes that HVACR mechanics and installers earn an above … [Read more...]

Career Services Helps HVACR Grad Land a Good Job

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Hired: 5 Ways to turn an externship (or internship) into a job

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One of the best ways to get experience in your new field is through an externship. But how do you turn that externship into a job? Follow these 5 tips and you could be on your way: Choose the right one: Instead of jumping at the first externship opportunity that comes your way, spend some time researching what you want to do and where you might like to work. For example, if you’re looking for a career as a medical assistant, ask yourself the kind of facility you’d like to work in someday and choose an externship in a similar setting. Do you want to work in a large hospital or a small clinic? Or maybe you’d be more comfortable working in a doctor’s office. Think about the specialties which … [Read more...]

What does an electronics systems technician do?

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Do you like to work with your hands? Does the idea of sitting behind a desk or a cash register all day sound like dull work to you? If you like to stay active and enjoy figuring out how things work, a career as an electronics systems technician may be right for you. A career as an electronics systems technician could take you to residential, commercial and industrial settings in fields such as telecommunications, transportation and utilities. You might work on live sound systems or wire home entertainment systems. As an electronics systems technician, you could work on intrusion alarm or closed circuit television systems in homes and businesses. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor … [Read more...]

5 tips for finding the right trade school

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Do you learn faster working hands-on? Are you easily bored by classroom lectures? Then you should explore the benefits of trade school! The right trade school could teach you the skills you’ll need to work as an automotive technician, electrician, electronics systems technician, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) technician, or more. Before you start on that path to a new career, though, here are 5 tips for finding the right trade school: 1)  Research the kinds of careers you might be interested in by talking to people already in the profession. You probably didn’t even know that HVACR technicians are working all around you! According to the U.S. Bureau of … [Read more...]

Work-based learning –Get real world experience while still in school

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Choosing work-based learning and career training programs can help you prepare for your new career while you’re still in school. Career training schools that use this approach can teach you what you’ll need to know to do your job well and to become a good employee. Here are 5 ways work-based learning can help you succeed and get the practical experience you’re looking for when it’s time to get out into the real world: Work-based learning takes what you learn in the classroom and puts it to use, right away, in a practical setting. Textbook theories are brought to life when you try them out while the lesson is still fresh in your mind. Learning about computer hardware and software from a … [Read more...]

Canton Career Services Advisor Knows Ins and Outs of Local Job Market

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Career Services Advisor Eurydice Barros has a knack for finding employers interested in meeting Porter and Chester Institute graduates. She also knows the students of the Porter and Chester Institute Canton campus so well that she can often turn students into job candidates. Eurydice makes it her mission to form a personal relationship with each student, so she can help partner them with a company that’s the right fit for their personality and skill set. “When they start off, it’s not easy for them,” said Eurydice. “They’re juggling a full-time job, or busy taking care of their children.” That’s why Eurydice goes out of her way to get to know the students and help them feel comfortable … [Read more...]