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Cambridge’s Career Services—Your Secret Weapon for Career Success

Whether you’re starting a new program or are a soon-to-be graduate, one question that’s likely lingering in your mind is, “What’s next?”  There’s a lot to check off when you begin your career search, including finding open positions, making an effective resumé, and preparing for interviews. When it comes to job searching, it can often feel like a full-time job in itself. That’s where the Career Services at Cambridge comes in. Every student at Cambridge has full-fledged access to our team of career advisors, human resources professionals and industry experts. From helping you explore career options to connecting you with potential employers,… Read more »

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Gallup Poll Finds Nurses Rated Highest in Honesty and Ethics for 15th Straight Year

A new Gallup poll finds Americans rate healthcare providers very high on their honesty and ethics, especially nurses. For the 15th straight year, nurses were rated the highest among professions. From the article, “Most Americans trust their healthcare providers to be honest and ethical, but few other professions fare so well in Gallup’s annual look at honesty and ethical standards among various fields. Nurses top the list with 84% of the public rating their standards as “high” or “very high,” while members of Congress fall to the bottom — the only profession for which a majority of Americans (59%) rate… Read more »

Cambridge Institute—Atlanta Campus’s Commitment to Virtual Clean Water Run!

Several of Cambridge Atlanta campus students and faculty members are participating in the Virtual Clean Water Run during the month of May 2015. The Event’s proceeds are 100% given to the charity named Water, which directly funds clean water solutions. Cambridge’s students and faculty are participating at various gyms or at home throughout the month. The project was created to promote exercise and to help fund solutions for clean water. This leadership event is part of Cambridge’s underlying approach to helping others and caring for the community.

Radiology Students Strut Their Stuff & Raise Money for Breast Cancer!

Students and the Director from the Radiology group participated in the Glam-a-thon Strut to help raise money for local women fighting breast cancer. Glam-A-THON™ is a sustainable, dynamic breast cancer charity dedicated to helping our families, friends and neighbors in the communities where we live. Broward Health Medical Center and Cambridge Institute Team Up The program teamed up with their clinical affiliate, Broward Health Medical Center in Ft Lauderdale and received the Glam Queen Crown for raising the most money, $16,380! Cambridge applauds the Radiology program for their support to the community.

Broward Career Fair

Recently, Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology attended the Broward County College Fair.  Approximately 7,000 high school students attended from all over Broward and Miami Dade.  Students were curious to know what our school and programs had to offer. Our Interim Campus Director Dominique Werner, Director of Admissions Norlan Tolon, Director of Career Services James Andrews, and Director of Radiologic Technology Program Stacy Kopso were busy answering many questions that students had about our school. Cambridge Institute was also invited to several high schools to present at their “College Day”.  College day is the chance for students to learn… Read more »

Cambridge Health Supports Athleader’s Breast Cancer Run

Take pride in Our Community On Saturday October 5th, Cambridge took part in the Athleader’s Breast Cancer Run/ Walk 5 Miler.  Several supporters showed up to walk Stone Mountain for the 5K. It was a beautiful morning and each person was there for the same purpose, we walked in support of Cancer survivors and End the Fight with Cancer. Together, the walkers and runners took on the mountain. Approximately 80 supporters on each team cheered them on from the sideline. There were friends, sisters, husbands and even children that awoke early to support this event. It was nice to see… Read more »