Professional Medical Assistant Students in Action!

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Harris School wishes to thank Tabbatha Moye-Little, Director of Medical Programs at the Cherry Hill campus of Harris School of Business, for this photo gallery. Is the Professional Medical Assistant program right for you? Do you want a career where you can help others? Are you interested in helping patients? The Professional Medical Assistant program at Harris School of Business prepares students with the skills they need to succeed in the ever-evolving world of healthcare. Medical assistants play a key role in the healthcare industry. They help both patients and doctors by keeping things running smoothly in medical offices, hospitals, surgical centers, and other healthcare settings. The medical assistant program is offered at all of the Harris campuses across the region: Cherry Hill, Dover, Hamilton, Linwood, Upper Darby, Voorhees, and…
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Cherry Hill Students Earn QuickBooks Certifications

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At business schools like Harris, students are provided with training that helps them prepare for certification exams in everything from QuickBooks to massage therapy to medical billing. Bulletin boards are a great way to share students’ accomplishments, and congratulations are in order for Pat Otto, Erika Jackson, Fernando Gill, and Tiffany Williams. As students of the Computerized Accounting Technology program at the Cherry Hill campus, they have each received certifications from the National Bookkeepers Association (NBA)! The NBA offers certifications in a number of areas, including QuickBooks Certification. QuickBooks certification assures employers that you have the knowledge and skills necessary to work with QuickBooks. It is a nationally-recognized certification that helps you build credibility and confidence. Harris School is proud of all of the students who have the confidence to…
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Lending Closet Helps Students Prepare for Interviews

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Cherry Hill campus of Harris School of Business organizes a lending closet with everything from business suits to medical scrubs for medical assistant programs Cherry Hill, NJ. Getting a job interview is a momentous step in searching for a new career, but what if you don’t have the right clothes to wear to the interview? And what if you are short on funds to buy something new? At Harris School of Business in Cherry Hill, the staff has started a lending closet to help students who may not be able to afford interview attire at this stage in their lives. “We don’t want anyone to miss the opportunity for an interview just because they feel they can’t afford an appropriate outfit,” explains April Lupinacci, campus director of the Cherry Hill branch…
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Dental Assistant Evening Students Give Harris the Thumbs Up!

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At Wilmington, students from the Professional Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, and Massage Therapy programs get ready to start their new careers. Did you know that most of our campuses offer evening classes? The two women in this picture are successful and hard-working students in the evening division of the Dental Assistant training program at the Wilmington Campus. Brittany Taylor (left) is well on the way to beginning her new career path. Before she began her externship, she sat for her DANB Radiology Certification, and thanks to her hard work, she passed! Certification is an excellent way to demonstrate to potential employers your commitment to your new career field. And for Brittany, getting certified paid off. It wasn’t long before her externship position became a real job! Shantaya Morris (right) is…
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Students Lead Collection to Support Domestic Violence Victims

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The Wilmington campus of the Harris School of Business embraces the giving season Wilmington, DE. Students at the Wilmington campus of Harris School of Business have a lot of heart when it comes to helping others in the community. This holiday season, the students organized a donation drive for an area shelter that houses victims of domestic violence. Students worked with the director of the shelter to create a list of items that are most useful to the shelter’s residents, such as shampoo, towels, toothbrushes, and other personal hygiene items. By collecting these donated items, the students helped the shelter provide a hospitable environment for people who are experiencing domestic violence and need a safe place to live. “New people come into the shelter on a short-term temporary basis, and therefore…
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Business School’s Students Organize Food Bank

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Harris School of Business in Cherry Hill donates food to the Neighborhood Center in Camden Cherry Hill, NJ. Embracing the spirit of giving, the students of Harris School of Business decided to run a school-wide food drive in support of the Neighborhood Center in Camden, NJ. Throughout November and December, students were encouraged to donate non-perishable items that could be used in holiday meal preparation for residents of Camden who may not be able to afford a traditional holiday meal. “Running a food drive for the Neighborhood Center helped us realize that when we all pitch in, we can make a real difference in the lives of others,” says April Lupinacci, campus director of the Cherry Hill branch of Harris (pictured). The Neighborhood Center in Camden has been working to…
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Holiday Break for Students

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It is almost time for the holiday break. We want to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season. Remember, there are no classes December 24, 2012 to January 1, 2013. Classes resume on January 2. Enjoy the break! For students on externship, your schedule may be different, so please be sure you know what your externship site expects of you. If you have any questions about your holiday schedule, please ask your supervisor or reach out to your career services coordinator. We are here to help! Again, Happy Holidays from Harris!
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Student Success Is the Target at Harris School

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Business School’s Linwood Campus Director Promotes Career-focused Education Linwood, NJ. In a director’s office buzzing with phone calls, appointments, and a constant stream of e-mails, it may be hard to keep your head on straight. But Peter Karas (pictured), campus director of the Linwood campus of the Harris School of Business, knows how to keep focused on a mission. “Our number one goal is to help Harris students succeed,” says Mr. Karas, an educator with experience in both primary and adult education. “Helping students succeed in their new careers is the reason we are here.” Launching successful careers is what Harris School of Business is all about. As one of the Delaware Valley’s accredited business schools, Harris offers a number of programs in the fields of business and allied health.…
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Linwood Campus of Harris School Hosts Outreach Event

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Harris students invite their friends to tour the business school’s campus Linwood, NJ. If you are considering starting a new career, but not sure where to begin, sometimes the recommendation of a friend will help get you started. This spring, the Linwood campus of the Harris School of Business held a “Bring a Friend” day to help spread the word about the kinds of career-focused programs that Harris School offers. Located in Atlantic County, the Linwood campus offers a medical assistant program, medical billing courses, a pharmacy technician program, and massage therapy courses. With both day and evening classes, the school aims to provide convenient hours for students who may have part-time jobs or other commitments throughout the day. During “Bring a Friend” day, the guests had a chance to…
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Harris School in Cherry Hill Donates Massages for Nurses’ Week

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Donating massages helps massage therapy schools provide hands-on training for their students Cherry Hill, NJ. If you have ever watched a nurse taking care of patients, you know the job can be physically demanding. During Nurses’ Week this spring, the massage therapy students from the Cherry Hill campus of Harris School of Business decided it was time to give nurses a break and treat them to a massage. The lucky recipients of the massages were the hospice nurses at the Lutheran Home Hospice in Westhampton, NJ. “Nursing is hard work, and we wanted to show the hospice nurses that we appreciate them. It was a great opportunity for our massage therapy students to practice the skills they are learning in class,” says Krista Kernan, program manager for the massage therapy…
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