Concorde Kansas City Celebrates the Addition of Its Pharmacy Technician Program

Concorde administrators meet with Kansas City officials to launch the new pharmacy technician program.

Concorde Career College in Kansas City celebrated their newest Pharmacy Technician program with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house.

Carlos Gomez, President of Kansas City’s Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Jami Frazier, Campus President and Patrick Albert, Concorde President & CEO cut the ribbon inside the mock-pharmacy, one of the hands on lab areas used in this new program.

Attendees toured the new Pharmacy Technician classroom and labs and got to experience the hands on training Concorde students receive in this new program.

Students in Concorde’s new Pharmacy Technician program receive seven months of classroom and laboratory training and then spend two months in externships, working in actual pharmacies gaining practical, in the field experience!

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“What I liked about Concorde was that there was nothing flashy. They were very up front, very simple, answered all my questions. They were more concerned with my education than tuition.”

Robert Hitchcock | Nursing graduate

“After completion of the RN program I took my NCLEX as soon as I was able, and to my delight I was completely prepared. Now, when people ask, I’m proud to say I went to Concorde.”

Tamera Watkins | Massage Therapy graduate

“Concorde is a great starting place. If you have a passion for what you want to do, they’re there to help lead you on whatever path you choose.”

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“I decided to go to school because I was tired of working dead-end jobs. … When I found out I was pregnant, I realized that I needed a better life for me, for my child, for my husband, and just to better myself.”