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QCC Graduate Profiles WHAT QCC GRADUATES DO….. -Get exciting jobs in their field -Transfer to four-year schools. Jennifer Poulin Applied Arts, Associate’s degree Graphic Artist , Surabian Advertising
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WHAT QCC GRADUATES DO…..
-Get exciting jobs in their field
-Transfer to four-year schools
Applied Arts, Associate’s degree
Graphic Artist, Surabian Advertising
“QCC Career Placement Services prepared me for my current position by helping me obtain a co-op and to create a professional resume. It’s a valuable service at the college that every student should take advantage of.”
Electronics Technology, Associate’s degree
National Director of Service, Affiliated Clinical Engineering Services, Inc.
"I directly attribute attending college at QCC and working at Memorial Hospital through the QCC Co-op program, as the reason for my success in securing a position at ACES. It helped me to gain the necessary confidence and knowledge.”
Business Administration, Environmental Health
and Safety Concentration, Associate’s degree
Assistant Chemical Safety Officer,
UMass Medical Center
“I cannot say enough about my instructor at QCC, Al Andersen. He was and still is a great inspiration and role model for me. This is a growing field. Since 9/11 people are taking a more serious look at chemical and biological agents and how to safely contain and dispose of this material. Also research for medical problems like cancer, AIDS, and other diseases will always continue.”
Currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management at Clark University
“I’ve been able to test the waters and see how my field applies to different job settings by working in a real estate law office, health clinic, and a non-profit organization.”
Practical Nursing, Certificate
Licensed Practical Nurse,
Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
UMass Medical Center,
“It’s a demanding job but the rewards
are great. It’s a job with a real sense of
purpose, people are counting on you. The
courses are hard and it’s a lot of work but
students need to work hard and push on.
You should be proud to be in the Nursing
Program at QCC.” …..Dianna
“There is a great job security in the field of Nursing. A serious Nursing shortage exists and in order to make the health care system better we need to train more professionals.” ….Robert
Electronics, Associate’s degree
“I needed a program that would get me a job right after graduation, so I enrolled in Electronics Technology. The Placement Office helped me to get an internship at Intel, along with a scholarship and I now work there full time. My English classes at QCC were as important as electronics. Communicating effectively helps me to do my job. Knowing Excel spreadsheets is also important.”
UMass Medical School,
Molecular Medicine Division
Deb’s definition of biotechnology is “using science to discover products that are useful for everyday life such as creating new drugs for diseases or figuring out how to grow better types of corn that is resistant to droughts.” In this field you should “have a strong science background; be organized and good with details; and learn how to take good notes. I’d also like to see more women in the science fields, so we can help determine what types of research and projects are funded, such as breast cancer and other medical concerns that effect women.”