Congratulations ASA Graduates: Our 2021 Virtual Commencement will be held on November 12th, 2021, at 5PM EDST, on our YouTube channel! We look forward to coming together virtually to celebrate and honor your achievements.
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Externship Orientation via Zoom
Attention, NY students! Join us in our Externship Orientation via Zoom from 1/7/21 to 1/15/21. All students from the following degree programs who are entering their last semester must attend:
– Health Information Technology
– Healthcare Office Administration
– Medical Assisting
– Pharmacy Technology
– Business Administration
– Computer Programming
– Office Administration and Technology
– Network Admin and Security
– Criminal Justice
Topics to be discussed:
Externship requirements and guidelines
Presentation and interviewing tips
Brief overview of ASA’s externship sites
One hour on campus externship class
Brief presentation from Career Services representative
(Essential qualities required from employers during the externship training)
Please contact the Externship Department at 212-672-6451 or 718-522-4527 to schedule an appointment for orientation
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