Sandy Moore is the Veterinary Assisting Program Director at the Carrington College Phoenix North campus. Moore has always loved working with animals. For the past 14 years, she’s been a big part of the growth and development of the Veterinary Assisting program[1] and students at Carrington…

Steve Pearce owns five Massage Envy® locations in the greater Sacramento area, and says Carrington College Massage Therapy graduates[1] play an integral part in his business on a day-to-day basis.
“There’s never a culture shock when a student from Carrington comes into a Massage…

Carrington College has some pretty big news to share that we’ve had to keep under wraps for the past few months!
In January, we were notified that our own Dr. Tina Diggs, Executive Director at Carrington College’s Tucson campus, was to be named among Az Business Magazine’s “2016 Top…

Lydia didn’t think that going back to school in her 30s was something she could accomplish. She also didn’t think she was capable of being successful after life had thrown her so many curveballs. But her will to do better for her children helped her use the encouragement and motivation from…

More than 650 climbers participated in Scale the Strat, the annual fundraiser for the American Lung Association. The goal? To promote lung health and preventing lung disease. The Stratosphere is the highest building west of the Mississippi River with 1,455 steps to climb to the top.

Students…

Laurie Benitez started her career as a medical assistant at a teaching hospital in Arkansas – a state that doesn’t require medical assistants to be certified. Her mom got sick in 2014, and Laurie decided to move back home to Texas, but she found out she wouldn’t be able to continue her…

Every February, students from the Medical Assisting program at Carrington’s Phoenix North campus show they have more than just heart.
They have heart pillows!

“On February 23, we delivered more than 520 homemade heart-shaped pillows to Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) through our Heart…