The paths to careers in the fastest growing fields in the United States all have one thing in common: They require advanced training.
Milwaukee residents hoping to capitalize on the increasing number of opportunities in the health care industry now have a place to turn to for the training they need to get there. Everest College has opened a new campus in Milwaukee offering Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding programs.* Everest’s programs can prepare students for entry-level positions in a variety of high-demand occupations.
Centrally located in the Greater Milwaukee area, the new campus is located at 1311 N. 6th St. in Milwaukee’s Park East Corridor. The new campus features modern equipment, classrooms and labs. Both Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin are within driving distance, which places Everest College in a community renowned for the pursuit of education. Additionally, free on-campus parking is available, and for students taking public transportation, two bus routes stop directly in front of the building.
“Everest College offers students the opportunity to achieve lifelong education and career goals, but our objectives go beyond just providing a good education,” said Milwaukee campus President Mark Sullivan. “We’re attentive to the needs of local employers and the several surrounding communities, and [we] seek to train students in high-demand fields with [our] skill-based approach.”
Everest provides diploma programs that allow students to receive concentrated training in a short timespan, making higher education and job training accessible to more students. Students immediately begin relative coursework to prepare for employment.
Everest also provides career placement services to graduates and builds relationships with local employers. The school’s placement department assists students with developing resumés and professional skills such as interviewing techniques.
Everest’s curriculum is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. As an accredited institution, students are eligible to apply for federal aid through the Federal Family Education Loan program, subsidized loans and Pell grants. The variety of funding gives students a number of affordable options for financing their education. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
To receive more information about this new location, call Everest College in Milwaukee at 1-888-204-7931 or visit us online at www.EnrollEverest.com.
*High school diploma or GED required.