What a Career in Medical Assisting Can Do For You
medical assistant program

Jump-starting a medical career with growing job opportunities across the U.S. is possible with CTAE’S Medical Assisting Program. As a medical assistant, you’ll be able to perform medical care duties for one of the most in-demand occupations on the market. Keep reading to learn more about the career, advantages of … Read More

Find Your Career in Technology Support Services and Cybersecurity
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From the cash registers at our favorite restaurants to the machinery used inside hospitals to help keep patients comfortable, not to mention computers and mobile devices, technology plays a major role in the lives of nearly every person, regardless of their career field. With progressively more complex networks, new advances … Read More

Frequently Asked Questions about MTC’s Practical Nursing Program
practical nursing program

A great choice for anyone looking to help others by providing quality medical care, MTC’s Practical Nursing program gives students a chance to learn about health, well-being and patient care in a hands-on environment. Keep reading for answers to a few commonly asked questions about nursing school requirements, our program … Read More

Future Cybersecurity Experts Show Off Their Skills In A Unique Competition

On May 11, 2015, thirteen students representing the Applied Cybersecurity Community Technical and Adult Education (CTAE) and the eleven students representing the Information Technology program at Marion Technical Institute (MTI) participated in a competition called “Capture the Flag”. Eight, three-person teams, each having at least one representative of each school … Read More

Another Successful March of Dimes Campaign

Community Technical & Adult Education concluded its annual March of Dimes fundraising campaign on Friday, April 24.  This year, CTAE’s goal was to raise $5,000 for the March of Dimes, whose mission is to prevent premature childbirth, and support families dealing with premature births and birth defects.  By the end … Read More

Cybersecurity in the News!

This past weekend, the White House suffered a cyber attack, which led to President Obama’s email account being hacked, along with other White House staffers.  The following link is a story which aired on CBS Sunday Morning discussing  cybersecurity in this country.  Cybersecurity is one of the new, in-demand fields … Read More

United Way Campaign Results

Community Technical & Adult Education’s annual United Way fundraising campaign has concluded.  After the Karaoke Pizza Party, Kona Ice Day, Cosmetology Week, CTAE Tailgate Party, as well as several other fundraising events, CTAE raised over $3,800 for the United Way of Marion County.  This will ensure that members of our … Read More

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