Michael York’s journey to Carrington College shows it’s never too late to do what you love. He’ll graduate from the Registered Nursing program at our Reno campus at the end of this semester.
He chose to follow his passion and become a nurse as his second career. Before he began his journey…

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…

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…

Sharon Chambers, Director of Tribal & Community Outreach, joined Carrington College back in 1987 when the school was called Apollo College.
She worked in enrollment services for nine years before briefly leaving for another opportunity; she returned to the Carrington flock in 1999 and has been…

Tell me a little bit about yourself.
I grew up in the Portland area and now I live in Tigard. About a year ago I was working full time after graduating high school and didn’t really have a career in mind. I have to thank my parents because I would have never taken that extra step and decided…

Liliana Velazquez, RN, is a single mom who always dreamed of becoming a registered nurse (RN). In February 2013, she completed the Registered Nursing LVN to RN program* at the Carrington College Sacramento campus.
Thanks for your time Lilly. When did you start working in the medical field?
It…