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Your future is as close as you want it to be. Today can be the first day of your new career trajectory at Concorde Career College. Take on your dreams at one of our 16 locations in eight states, whereever you see yourself landing in the exciting, growing health care industry. Our programs immerse you in your specialty through hands-on coursework, preparing you for the first day of your care role, whether that's in a dental office or hospital setting. You don't have to wait any longer to put your passion to work because at Concorde, your opportunity awaits.Apply Now
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"Because things are changing every so often in the medical field, I needed to update myself and what better school to come to. This was the best decision I ever made. Three days after I left Concorde I had 5 job offers."
"I actually started working 3 days after I graduated."
“Concorde gave me the tools I needed to succeed in this profession. Facility is accommodating. The instructors are amazing. They take an interest in you and want to see you succeed.”
"Being a former student the wealth of knowledge from those clinical hours are so valuable and a reward you can see from the patients progress."
"Concorde opened up doors for me and said you know you may not have taken the traditional route, but...I'm not a traditional person."
"I’m a vocational nurse graduate. I visited about seven different schools and I was impressed with Concorde’s professionalism...pass rate...the actual clinical experience..."
“I decided to come to Concorde because I was tired of working at jobs I didn't enjoy going to. I wanted get out of the daily grind and "just making it by" and Concorde seemed to have what I needed."
"I have a great job thanks to the hard work from everyone at Concorde, but especially me. When you work hard, put forth everything you can, Concorde will help you reach your goals and dreams.”
"I always had this dream of being a doctor and I didn't want to go to school that long. Honestly, I can say music is my passion but I believe Respiratory Therapy is my calling. "
"All of the instructors were amazing along with the program director. Every instructor was very knowledgeable in the field in different areas and when my externship began I was prepared."
“I finished my internship in April and I started working in May…I actually started two days before my actual graduation. It encouraged you it made you want to learn it made you want to excell and do well. Never doubt yourself. Be all that you can be.”
“Concorde has changed my life. My instructors were caring and supportive through the good times and bad. I WILL ALWAYS CARRY THE MEMORIES throughout my life.”
“I attended Concorde Career Institute in the Medical Assistant program. I had a great experience at Concorde. The staff was great and they were very helpful throughout my entire training."
"I have accepted a position at a large resort and spa in Carefree, Arizona. I am super excited and cannot believe how much my life has been transformed over the past two years.”
"I'm not another person with a dead-end job. Living life and loving your job is the most amazing feeling."
"Concorde helped develop my professional skills at a very young age by helping me expand my medical vocabulary and overall skill set. The externship was an awesome experience and I was able to put my skills I obtained to good use."
“It was the fastest year of my life! I got my job the day after I finished. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything in the world. It was well worth my time, effort and money.”
Am I eligible for Financial Aid?
If paying for your education is a concern for you, you’re not alone. Many students at Concorde require help in financing their education. Our financial aid team takes great pride in their ability to work with you in finding ways to finance your education.
What is accreditation and why is it important?
Accreditation ensures that schools and colleges comply with high standards of educational excellence. Our campuses and most programs, where required, are accredited by third party governing parties. See the accreditation page for more details.
How do I get started?
Getting started is easy. Simply fill out the request information form and a representative will be in contact to help find a program and campus that's right for you.
Will I get help in finding a job?
Once you graduate, Concorde offers placement assistance to help you find that all-important health care job - through connection to a network of employers that frequently hire Concorde graduates.