Careers. Choices. Real Life.
What Graduates are Saying
I graduated from the Medical Assistant program in May 2004, and am now
employed by St. Luke's Chequamegon Clinic.
I attended WITC with the intent to pursue a career in the medical
field. Thanks to my training and my instructor's guidance, I was
able to do that.
The Medical Assistant program taught strict professionalism and
confidence; among other skills needed to be successful. The staff
was friendly and helpful, making my experience with WITC very
The Certified Medical Assistant program
at WITC trains you to work in all aspects of a clinic. You are
trained from answering the phones and scheduling appointments to
working side-by-side with the physician or working in the
laboratory. This type of training not only makes you a versatile
employee, but leaves the door open for other employment
I am thankful for the great learning
experience that I had at WITC-Ashland.
I graduated from WITC in May 2003 and am currently employed at
the Ashland Clinic. I work as a medical assistant in Internal
Medicine with Dr. Clair Morud. I enjoy my job and love working with
people and being able to help them.
WITC taught me how to help patients, assist the doctor, and may
more tasks that I need in the medical field. This was all made
possible by the wonderful instructor, Carol Utpadel and the staff at
"It's the most rewarding job I've ever had. When I leave work, I feel
good knowing I probably did some good for somebody today."