Depending on the style of music you are listening to, you may feel a variety of emotions. People use music to relax, to brighten a mood or to relate to other people. Listening to instrumental and vocal compositions is generally enjoyable, but humans are not the only ones who feel this way….

Cyndi Torres, often just Mrs. T to students, is the Massage Therapy Program Director at the Carrington College Stockton campus. Cyndi will celebrate 10 years at Carrington this September.
She started as a part-time lab assistant helping with the hands-on portion of the program, before becoming a…

We are very proud of the accomplishments of our Carrington College alumni. Jerilyn Thompson RDH, a 2009 Dental Hygiene program graduate from the San Jose campus, was recently invited to sit on the Standard Setting Committee for the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination (NBDHE).
Jerilyn used…

With summer time settling in, you can start getting back outside for fun times and improved health. However, with the availability of technology in today’s world, people don’t go outside nearly as often as they used to. Instead, people choose to watch TV or complete activities inside where the…

On May 21 2015, 17 Carrington College campuses across eight states came together to try and set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for recording the highest number of blood pressures in an eight hour period.
Despite a valiant effort from all involved, recording over 700 blood pressure readings…

Last month students at the Carrington College – Boise campus had all ‘cans’ of fun helping the Boise Rescue Mission during their 4th annual Can Castle Food Drive.
As a part of the March to End Hunger campaign, the task was to collect canned food, non-perishable food items and hygiene products…

Sandy Cisneros, a mom of five children, recently completed the Medical Assisting program at Carrington College in Portland, OR.
Prior to going back to school, Sandy had worked for a corporate bank for five years, but a couple of years ago she decided the time was right to make a change in her…