Have you ever felt lost? Have you ever felt like you needed a change in career paths, but just don’t know where to start? This is how Dalerae felt before she decided to contact WVJC Online. When her admissions advisor first called her, Dalerae recalls, “She actually listened to me and knew how to make my hope a reality!” From that day forward, Dalerae has been working diligently toward her goal of becoming a Medical Assistant. Her goal is to help people. She is currently a Social Worker. However, there is not much positive change in that role. The daily, positive change, no matter how small, is what she craves.
This is a feeling she has had before. In fact, Dalerae has tried numerous times to complete her education without success. “My first college was OU, and the classes were much too large to get the one on one that I needed. My second college was the University of Rio Grande. The classes were small, but they didn’t have the ability to work around my work schedule. My third was Indiana Wesleyan. It was also online, but lacked the communication I needed.” Then she found WVJC Online. The online program that WVJC offered fit all of her needs, so she took the leap.
Almost a year into her time at WVJC Online, Dalerae is doing great in the Clinical Medical Assistant Program. She is supported by the faculty and staff and is able to openly communication even the smallest of questions. Dalerae’s favorite part of her online program at WVJC is the ability to get in touch with faculty at any point, which encourages her to ask more questions, which translates into more success. The ability to find assistance quickly and easily from instructors has made the classes that much easier to understand. She also enjoys the flexibility that the online courses at WVJC offer. Everything has a due date, but you are able to easily complete the assignments around your work and family schedule.
After graduation, Dalerae would ideally like to work as a Medical Assistant in a Pediatric office. She plans on continuing her education in the future while working with children.
A few tips from Dalerae are: Log into your online campus daily at the same time to avoid procrastination. Also, stick to your schedule. These two things can help tremendously when dealing with daily life while completing an online program.