You could be a good candidate for a HIT career if you’re interested in both healthcare and information technology. Specialists in this field work closely with registered nurses and other healthcare workers, but they don’t interact directly with patients.
College is rife with heavy workloads, high financial costs, social adjustments, and health concerns, all of which contribute to stress and anxiety. It also doesn’t help that COVID-19 fatigue has set in for many students as the pandemic rages on. If you’re anticipating going to school in the fall, use this guide to help lower your stress level and get the most out of your college experience.
Choosing a career path is an important step for any student. You probably want an in-demand job that pays well, offers fulfillment, and creates room for growth. For many, a job in Information Technology checks all the boxes. Could an IT career be right for you? Learn more to help you decide.
If you’re interested in working in the pharmacological field, earning a pharmacy technology degree could be the right path for you. Pharmacy Technicians perform tasks under the direction of a pharmacist, which can include: compounding, preparing, labeling and dispensing of drugs used to fill prescription or medication orders to a person or for a facility to administer to a patient.
Success in an International film festival – in a category featuring 11 other entrants from France, China, the Philippines, and the United States – is no small feat. Winning the Silver Excellence Award, the film “ASA College Success Stories” touched and inspired the IFFM judges. Specifically, they made note of Mr. Kapush’s digital storytelling, his interweaving of three different student stories around a common theme of educational uplift. Each student discussed their journey from difficulty to opportunity – to career growth and further educational pursuits.
ASA College and United Healthcare promoted a great event yesterday at our Manhattan Campus. Attendees received information about our healthcare programs and personal insights on entering the Healthcare field.