Everything is hands on. I learn so much better when I actually get the hands on experience. The teachers are helpful, caring, and knowledgeable and will do anything to help you succeed.
Nichole grew up in foster care ever since she was two months old. During the time she was 14-to-16 years old, she went to about 15 different schools. When she turned 16, she emancipated herself from the foster care system and began taking care of herself. Her ex-husband left her and her son shortly after her son’s first birthday, giving her the drive to go back to school and become successful. She made a promise to her son that he would never go through what she went through when she was younger. She earned her certificate in Medical Assisting and has a steady job that allows her and her son to live a comfortable life.
The classroom size is comfortable and gives you the opportunity to ask questions one on one and be able to work as a group.
Carrie felt she needed to get to a point where she’s self-reliant and able to have enough income to help her two sons do what they want to do. She decided to enroll in Carrington College California’s Pharmacy Technology program and earn her Associate of Science degree. Her 18-year-old son graduated school early and was intrigued by what his mom was learning, so he decided to go through the same program with her. They both graduated and earned their degrees in a field they are excited to be a part of.
My instructors are extremely knowledgeable. And have my best interest in mind. Carrington wants me to succeed.
It is a great program for people that want to get the training necessary for their careers in a short time.
Carrington is always looking for the next latest and greatest tools to help prepare their students in the medical field. My instructors are always introducing new things to help us in the classroom.
Amanda was very shy and unmotivated right out of high school. After working at a restaurant for a day, she went to work at a doggie day care and realized her calling was to work with animals. She feels at home with them and after she applied to Carrington College California’s Veterinary Technology program, she knew she chose the right career. She loves working with animals and has come out of her shell ever since she found her passion in her career and life taking care of animals.
My instructor is a great man. He has been working in the field of criminal justice for the past 40 years. He is well experienced and helps us to the best he can.
Carrington had the program I was looking for. Had small class sizes which I like and I was more impressed by Carrington than by other private colleges.
I chose Carrington because I needed something that was fast pace and Carrington offered just that.
It is a school where you don’t have to wait 1-2 years to get in. Instructors are helpful and you will meet a lot of your friends here.
The instructors genuinely want to help and get you to understand the material.
We get to work with the actual material that we are going to be using in the job field.