Guide to Drug and Alcohol Counseling Studies Programs Over 60,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2016. That same year 88,000 people died from alcohol-related causes. Unfortunately, those numbers don’t seem to be falling. It’s also incredibly likely you know someone who has been affected by drugs and/or alcohol. You want to help, which is why you’re looking into pursuing a career in drug and alcohol counseling services. But first, you need to know which studies program is right for you. Read this guide to help you get the education you deserve.
California Career College Offers Army Reserve Veteran, Former Addict a Second Chance at Success January 6, 2015 Elk Grove, California ELK GROVE, Calif. – There are many challenges, obligations and responsibilities that accompany the decision of going back to school. For Carl Belton, those challenges included working tirelessly to make his car and child support payments on top of the rest of his bills while recently separating from his wife. The thought of going to school full-time while dealing with these life issues seemed impossible. Belton, a veteran who served in the Army Reserve for six years, is a former student of… Continue Reading InterCoast College offers Army Reserve veteran second chance
Instructor Provides Students with Addiction Counseling Training InterCoast Career College instructor gives students the right tools for a successful career in addiction counseling December 2014 Fairfield, California. – For many students, the curriculum is a key part of the college experience. For Tony Roberts, the alcohol and drug studies instructor at the InterCoast College campus located in Fairfield, Calif., the curriculum wasn’t the only thing to make a successful student. InterCoast College is a private career college designed to provide associates degree and diploma level career programs that prepare students to succeed in specialized fields of allied health, legal, business and… Continue Reading Intercoast’s instructor provides addiction counseling training
California Career Training College Offers Students Opportunity to Become Confident Job-Seekers October 28, 2014 Carson, California InterCoast College alumna, Heather Chapman, credits the college for providing her with the tools to a successful nursing career With a diverse student body coming from all walks of life, the InterCoast College campus located in Carson, Calif. focuses on guiding students through every step of their educational journey. InterCoast College is a private career college designed to provide associates degree and diploma level career programs that prepare students to succeed in specialized fields of allied health, legal, business and trade industries. The structured… Continue Reading Career college helps former addict
From the Classroom to the Exam Room: How Fairfield, Calif. Career College Helped Mother Provide for her Family September 15, 2014 / FAIRFIELD, California Anna Gatchel went form unfulfilled preschool teacher to the valedictorian of her Medical Assisting program at InterCoast College in Fairfield, Calif. in less than 12 months Deciding on a career change is never an easy decision to make. With the rising cost of education and the increased volume of competing graduates, the task can seem daunting. For Anna Gatchel, the decision wasn’t difficult at all. The 34-year-old mother of three, worked as a pre-school teacher and… Continue Reading From the Classroom to the Exam Room
Seeking career change, young professionals exit corporate world to go back to school InterCoast College Riverside has become a magnet for many of them, like Jenelly Cardenas from Riverside, Calif. RIVERSIDE, Calif. – There’s a reason why business majors are the most widely earned degrees according to the Institute of Education Sciences. Widely sought, high-paying business jobs can be found across the country leaving new graduates with a plethora of options on their way to corporate America. But for 27-year-old Jenelly Cardenas the corporate world just didn’t fit. “I never felt fulfilled in my business career,” said Cardenas. “I had a… Continue Reading Young professionals exit corporate world to attend school