Medical Assisting is a people-focused, interesting career with a lot of variety.
Medical Assistants help medical offices run smoothly and efficiently using their skills in both office management and healthcare services. Medical Assisting is one of the fastest growing careers in the nation. It is a stable career field, with jobs plentiful throughout the nation as well as locally. Central Carolina Community Collegeâ€™s two-year Associate in Applied Science in Medical Assisting degree program and one-year Diploma program train students in a wide range of skills, from clerical to lab procedures. Students also complete a 240-hour clinical externship, gaining experience in a medical office setting. Graduates can sit for the National Certification with the American Association of Medical Assistants. They are qualified to work in a doctorâ€™s office, urgent care facility, specialty office, or hospital.
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Broadcasting Production Technology
News, entertainment, and education reach around the world through mass media. The media depend on teams of talented, skilled, enthusiastic people to write, design, create, produce, film, record, edit, and do all the other jobs required to turn a concept into a marketable reality. A broadcasting career can take someone with the needed skills as far as the person is prepared to go, whether that is running a local radio station or producing news and entertainment for major outlets. Be part of the interesting and fast-paced world of mass communication by gaining marketable, in-demand skills with an Associate in Applied Science in Broadcasting Production Technology, or diplomas in radio or television production. Gain skills and confidence through working hands-on at Central Carolina Community Collegeâ€™s television channel and two FM radio stations. Then take your place in the exciting world of mass communication!