Career Spotlights

Career Spotlights highlight the many opportunities for students interested in careers in healthcare, with detailed job descriptions, information on requirements to enter the field, projections for growth in that field, and other valuable details.

With a bachelor’s degree and a one-year specialized training, it is possible to become certified as a Cardiovascular Technologist. This field could be a great choice as a step toward medical school or as a long-term career.

Physician Assistants, also known as PAs, practice medicine on teams with physicians, surgeons, and other healthcare workers. PAs work in hospitals, private medical offices, and other healthcare settings, where they order and interpret diagnostic tests, as well as diagnose, treat, and educate patients.

Most people believe that athletic training is synonymous with personal training. However, athletic trainers receive a medical model of instruction...

Most people choose to do service because they want to give back to the community and help those who are less fortunate than themselves. However, there are many great benefits for the person who volunteers as well.

There are several entry-level positions that can help you gain healthcare experience even before you have completed your bachelor’s degree.