Healthcare providers in California?s Antelope Valley need look no further than Career Care Institute (CCI) for highly trained professionals ready to work as medical and dental assistants, vocational nurses, and X-ray technicians. Established in 1998 with one campus in Lancaster, Career Care Institute has since expanded to Ventura and Moreno Valley. CCI?s founder, Edmund Carrasco, is an experienced medical professional and an authority in the needs of the healthcare industry. Carrasco cooperates with local medical facilities and specialty medical offices to ensure that students at Career Care Institute receive training that emulates practices currently employed in the field. CCI is accredited by the nationally recognized Council on Occupational Education.

At Career Care Institute, student support is a priority. Instructors are experienced professionals and students are encouraged to ask for help both in and outside of the classroom. Career Care Institute also recently replaced textbooks with iPads for students in the licensed vocational nursing program to give students even more resources for success. As part of CCI?s commitment to student achievement, job placement assistance is available to all current and graduating students as well as to post-graduates seeking employment throughout their careers. The job placement program offers students career guidance and advice on writing r?sum?s, interview skills, and professional demeanor.

Medical professions have some of the fastest growing employment rates in the United States. Career Care Institute?s programs in medical billing/health claims, medical and dental assisting, vocational nursing, massage therapy, and radiography prepare students to take advantage of this job growth. Admissions counseling is available to ensure that students choose the best fit for their career. Many qualified Career Care Institute students receive financial assistance through Federal Title IV Financial Aid Programs, including PELL Grants and PLUS and Stafford Loans. Private loans are also available with regional banks such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Sallie Mae, and Western Funding Educational Loans and Funding Services.