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Kristen Ruby – Student Highlight

January 22, 2021 | admin

United Career Institute Mt. Braddock is thrilled to introduce you to our January Student of the Month, Kristen Ruby! Prior to starting medical assisting classes at United Career Institute, Kristen was taking CNA (certified nursing assistant) classes and working at Cherry Tree Nursing Home, but she had bigger goals for her career in the healthcare industry. She had her sights...

Medical Assisting Students At Irwin Begin Externship

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Classroom knowledge lays the foundation for the Medical Assisting program at United Career Institute Irwin. Classes like Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology are the building blocks for students to advance in their careers. However, hands-on skill learning and application will always be the key component of our Medical Assisting program. United Career Institute started our first class of medical...

4 Tips for Better Time Management

January 15, 2021 | admin

We all have the same amount of time in a day, but it seems some people can get more accomplished than others within the same time frame. How are they doing it? What secrets do these people know that enables them to get more done? Their secret has been revealed, and it’s better time management! When you proactively manage your...

Sonya Over – Staff Highlight

January 8, 2021 | admin

United Career Institute Mt. Braddock is excited to introduce Sonya Over, our very own Financial Aid Advisor! Sonya’s professional journey began back in 1993 when she graduated Summa Cum Laude from California University of Pennsylvania. She worked hard also to pass the CPA exam in May of 1993. Before landing at United Career Institute, Sonya held a few different positions....

Sedona Poliak – Student Highlight

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Sedona Poliak is one of United Career Institute’s newest Medical Assisting students. After she graduated high school, Sedona got a job at a local daycare. She took a year off to save some money for her education. Sedona chose United Career Institute because of the positive feedback she heard from other students. She said, “I heard it was a very...

A Holiday Message From The Irwin Campus

December 23, 2020 | admin

The holidays are all about appreciating what you have and giving to those who have less. United Career Institute Irwin is encouraging our students and staff to give a little more this year this holiday season. 2020 has been an unpredictable year that has caused us to restructure our personal lives, businesses, and communities. As a United Career Institute family,...

A Holiday Message From The Mt. Braddock Campus

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We know this year has been tough on many people. The stay at home orders, the cancellation of important events, and the general stress of this year has taken a toll on almost everybody. Through all of that, United Career Institute students have persevered and remained on track with their goal of becoming medical professionals. Our students had their educational...

Christmas Giving: How To Give Back During the Holidays

December 16, 2020 | admin

The holidays are here, and that means Christmas music, festive cookies, and tasty food. For many, this is truly the most wonderful time of the year. But for some people who are less fortunate or going through hard times, the holidays can be a real challenge. This presents us with an opportunity to give back to others during this time...

Financial Aid 101

December 11, 2020 | admin

You must make many important decisions when enrolling in career training classes, and financial aid is one of these decisions. Determining exactly how you will pay for your training and degree is a critical step to enrolling in school. At United, we assist each and every student through the enrollment process, from the first time we speak with you, to...

Romona Thompson – Graduate Highlight

December 7, 2020 | admin

United Career Institute Mount Braddock is thrilled to introduce you to one of our graduates, Romona Thompson. Romona graduated from our Practical Nursing program and is now working in a nursing center while she works on becoming a registered nurse. Romona came to United straight from Albert Gallatin high school. She chose United because it seemed like a great opportunity...