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At Pittsburgh Career Institute, our goal is to prepare motivated students for entry-level positions in the healthcare industry. That’s why we strive to create an environment that is diverse, supportive, and goal-oriented. All courses at PCI are taught by healthcare professionals with our philosophy in mind. Your education is an investment. Invest wisely.
At the conclusion of training, PCI’s dedicated Career Services team is poised to help graduates prepare to take their new skills to the job market. We offer assistance to our graduates from completion of education onward in their career efforts.
In 24 months or less, qualified students could earn an Associate’s Degree or Diploma. Our programs offer an education featuring a dynamic blend of high-level classroom lecture and hands-on laboratory training. Our programs also require a clinical externship to be completed, giving students the opportunity to work in a real-world setting and gain essential experience that employers value.
If you’re interested in learning about healthcare career training with Pittsburgh Career Institute, click here to receive more information. A friendly and knowledgeable PCI Admissions Representative will contact you.
* Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Pittsburgh Career Institute cannot guarantee employment or salary.
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