Category: Blog

What Is a Veterinary Technician?

Jul 18 2017

If you love animals and care about their health and well being, working in a vet clinic can be a lot of fun and make your work a blast! One way to get into the veterinary industry is to become a Veterinary Technician. Not sure what that is? Here’s the answer: What Is a Veterinary…

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Traits of a Great Respiratory Therapist

Jun 19 2017

It’s no surprise that careers in the medical field take a lot of dedication and talent. One great career requiring less than 2 years of schooling is respiratory therapy! (In fact, you can earn an Associate’s Degree from Pittsburgh Career Institute in Respiratory Therapy!) These therapists are known for their specialty and what makes them…

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Catching Up With Our Students

Apr 25 2017

Our students are amazing! We love to document what PCI students are doing, and we are excited to share their progress as they go along in their educational journey. Haven’t been following us on Instagram? We’ve got some updates for you! Surgical Technology A post shared by Pittsburgh Career Institute (@pciedu) on Apr 11, 2017…

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5 Signs You Might Love Surgical Technology

Apr 25 2017

We understand the pressure of finding the “perfect career”; an occupation in which you thrive, and somewhere that you look forward to going to each day. Some might say that you can’t love what you do, but we beg to differ. Here are 5 signs that you might be the perfect fit for surgical technology….

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Job Search Tips from PCI’s Career Services Department

Dec 29 2016

Read the newspaper and research job search websites to find more information on companies that are hiring and information about their application process. Use the posted job description to tailor your resume for the position. This will mean that you will have to edit your resume to suit the position description and criteria with key…

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Make a Difference with Respiratory Therapy

Jul 21 2016

Careers in the medical field are hot, and getting even hotter, especially as the Baby Boomer population ages! Respiratory therapists are in demand, and the demand for this position will grow by an estimated 12 percent by the year 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Respiratory therapists care for people with serious breathing problems…

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