NYS TESOL’s Annual Conference Christian Perticone, Program Director of the IEP Department, and Derek Baylor, ESL adjunct faculty member, led a 70-minute workshop and gave a poster presentation at NYS TESOL’s annual conference, which was held in at the Crown Plaza Hotel in White Plains on November 14th – 16th. With over 700 attending teachers from around state, and presenters from around the world, the conference provided professors Perticone and Baylor a great opportunity to share their theories about...
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The ASA Peers For Careers Club is pleased to present a special workshop on The Importance of Medical Assisting Certification
The Certified Medical Assistant (AAMA) endorsement is considered the gold standard of medical assisting professionalism. The credential represents a medical assistant who has been certified by the Certifying Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). The CMA (AAMA) means a professional edge, increased prestige among colleagues, and greater job security.
These special sessions with Dr. Nasser Sedhom and Dr. George Armanious, RMA, Faculty Advisors for the Medical Assisting Club, will be informative and fun. Topics will include:
- Increasing Your Earning Potential
- Gaining a Competitive Edge in the Job Market
- Advancing Your Career
Open to current ASA students only, seating is limited so call to reserve your spot and bring your questions.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
1293 Broadway, Room 321
New York, NY 10001
A Better Life and a Better Society: In Conversation with Seny Taveras, New Chair of Legal Studies Division
A Better Life and a Better Society: In Conversation with Seny Taveras, New Chair of Legal Studies Division Seny Taveras sat down for an interview a few weeks ago to talk about her responsibilities as the new leader of ASA’s Legal Studies Division. Although we only hoped for a few minutes of Ms. Taveras time, she gave us the opportunity to learn a lot about her perspective, and her enthusiasm for her new role. At the heart of Ms....
Thanksgiving Weekend Attention students, watch out! Classes will be suspended during Thanksgiving. NY Campuses Classes are suspended from 11/28 through 12/01. Classes will resume on Monday, 12/02. Hialeah Campus Classes are suspended on 11/28 and 11/29. Classes will resume on Monday, 12/02.