Four-D College will host “Meet the Nurses,” a breakfast for invited high school and community leaders, Wednesday, Sept. 22 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at its Colton campus.
“The purpose of this event is to provide local high schools and community leaders an opportunity to see Four-D College at work as a community partner,” said CEO and President Linda Smith.
Four-D College has two campuses serving the Inland Empire, which are located at 1020 E. Washington St. , Colton and 16534 Victor St. , Victorville.
Participating guests will enjoy a catered breakfast, campus tours and presentations by the school’s academic directors, who oversee the programs Four-D College offers in Vocational Nursing, Medical Assistant, Massage Therapy, Medical Coding and Billing, Pharmacy Technician and Dental Assistant.
The presentations will also explain added benefits offered by Four-D Col lege, such as career services and student affairs.
“We will show how we impact our community and the role that we play in helping our students become active, viable and working professionals in the health care community,” Smith said.
Four-D College provides education in the growing health care field at locations in Colton and Victorville. It offers programs in medical assistant, medical billing and coding, dental assistant, massage therapy, pharmacy technician and vocational nursing.
New courses begin monthly at Four-D College and courses are offered in the morning, afternoon and evening. Call (909) 783-9331 or (760) 962-1325 for more information or go to www.4DCollege.com.
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