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Empire College students connect with the community to prepare them for the future. We believe the philanthropic spirit at Empire College sets us apart from other schools. It also gives our students real-world experience while helping them stand out from those they’ll be competing with for future careers.

Participation and membership in professional organizations provides students the opportunity to network while they are attending school. Organizations include the Institute of Management Accountants, Redwood Empire Association of Paralegals, International Association of Administrative Professionals, California Medical Assistants Association, and the Sonoma County Bar Association.

Hired Fridays!

Employment Readiness is the mission of all Empire College programs.

Congrats to the students hired this week:

Kimberly (recent Medical graduate) has accepted a Medical Assistant position with Kaiser Permanente, where she externed.

Marianna (recent Medical graduate) has accepted a Medical Assistant position with Santa Rosa Community Health Centers/Vista.

Janelle (recent Accounting graduate) has accepted a Bookkeeper position with R & S Trucking.

Paralegal Students Go to Court

Empire College paralegal students

Paralegal students in the Civil Litigation and Advanced Legal Research and Writing classes will be attending a trial today. It is being held next door at the Civil and Family Law Courthouse. (It is great that Empire College is so connected with the legal community and courts - literally with respect to the latter since two of the Sonoma County Superior Courtrooms are located in our building!).

Hired Fridays!

Employment Readiness is the mission of all Empire College programs.

Congrats to the students hired this week:

Recent medical graduates Damayanty has accepted a Medical Assistant position with NCMA Internal Medicine, and Mandelena a Medical Assistant position with NCMA Cardiology (both hired off their externships)

IT graduates Jon and Matt have accepted Desktop IT positions with Authority IT.

Everyone Needs a Flu Shot!

Empire medical assisting students prepare for the flu shot clinic.

Empire Medical Students Help Build Healthier Communities

By Karissa Anderson, Empire College Medical Assisting Student

John F. Kennedy once said, “Every person can make a difference and every person should try.” Empire College embraces this idea, and urges their students and faculty every day to get out there and make a difference in the community.

Hired Fridays!

Employment Readiness is the mission of all Empire College programs.

Congrats to the students hired this week:

Jonathan (IT graduate) has accepted a Field Repair IT Technician position with Caltronics.

Sandra (Business graduate) has accepted a Receptionist position with Burbank Housing.

Kimberlee (current Medical student) has accepted a Bookstore Assistant position with Empire College.

Anolani (Medical graduate) has accepted a Medical Office Assistant position with Barry Silberg M.D.

Hired Fridays!

Employment Readiness is the mission of all Empire College programs.

Congratulations to the following students who were hired this week:

Sam (recent IT graduate) has accepted a Junior IT Tech position with EIS Consulting Group.

George (IT graduate) has accepted an IT Technician position with Jim Frodsham (Allcoast Forest Products).

Stephany (recent Medical graduate) has accepted a Medical Assisting position with Annadel Medical Group.

Karen (upcoming Medical graduate) has accepted a Caregiving position with Emely Hernandez.

Hired Fridays!

Employment Readiness is the mission of all Empire College programs.

This is the first of a series of Friday blogs recapping the week's graduate hires, provided by Phil Vo, Empire's Career Development Manager.

Tonja (recent Paralegal graduate) has accepted a Paralegal position with Dennis A. Fordham Law in Lakeport (near where she lives). 

Margaret (recent Business graduate) has accepted an Administrative position with PCD Inc.

National Medical Assistants Week & Make a Difference Month Celebrated at Empire College

Empire medical assistants provide blood pressure screenings at community events.

Medical students have a week-long slate of fun and educational activities planned for National Medical Assistants Week, October 21-25. In fact, they couldn't wait for next week, so they started yesterday in recognition of Make a Difference Month, volunteering at two health and wellness fairs for the City of of Santa Rosa and North Coast Builders Exchange.

What Is Latency?

Subtitle: It's Good to Be Queueless!