November 2015 Student Placements- Scarborough/Lewiston

Chelsea S. (CMA) – Memorial Hospital Katie F. (CMA) – Supplemental Healthcare Amy R. (CMA) – Health First Medical Shaylyn S. (CMA) – Maine Medical Partners Nicole B. (CMA) – Community Health Jessica D. (Phlebo) – NorDx / MMC Russell U. (HVAC/R) – Aire Serv Kevin B. (IT) – Carbonite Matt R. (IT) – CPR

November 2015 Student Placements – Bangor

Jolene P.– (CMA) Pain Management/EMMC Cassandra G.— (CMA) Lafayette Center/EMMC Robin R.- (CMA) Penobscot Valley Dermatology Tasha D.— (CMA) Katahdin Valley Hospital Kenney R.– (HVAC) DA Pearson Bryan H.— (HVAC) Harley Plumbing and Heating Matt S.— (HVAC) Oliver Plumbing and Heating Eduardo L.— (HVAC) Harley Plumbing & Heating Bernard R.— (HVAC) NTI Lab instructor Phillip

Blood Drive and Upcoming Events

NTI Bangor held an American Red Cross Blood Donor Drive in June. Our clinical class participated in the event by helping to organize the event, and the class was able to see how a blood drive works. Thank you for all that participated. It was a huge success. Stay tuned for the date for the

Spring Starts!

Upcoming Classes Don’t miss out on our upcoming classes! Class Start Dates for CDL-A  Full-time classes start March 23rd and April 27th Weekend classes start March 7th and May 2nd in Scarborough. Class Start Dates for HVAC/R Full-time classes start May 26th. Weekly Starts for Medical , contact us for more information. January Placements Congratulations to the following graduates for their new

Evening Resume Workshop

Now that you have the training to get you started in your new career, you need to be able to market those skills. It is important that you use your resume to effectively showcase all of your skills, strengths, and experience. Your resume is the first impression you will be making on a potential employer, and can determine

American Medical Technologists Scholarship

Did you know: American Medical Technologists Did you know that AMTIE offers five $500 scholarships each year? The award is given to a student in need; therefore the applicant must provide evidence of financial need. The applicant’s course of study must lead to a career in one of the disciplines certified by the American Medical

November Placements

Congratulations to the following graduates for their new job or externship: Erica C. Medical Billing & Coding hired at United Healthcare Cher H. Phlebotomy hired at NorDx Richard C. Phlebotomy hired at NorDx Hilary C. Medical Billing & Coding hired at Riverview Physical Therapy Anthony R. HVAC/R hired at Dead River Tyler A. HVAC/R hired

Resume Workshop

Now that you have the training to get you started in your new career, you need to be able to market those skills. It is important that you use your resume to effectively showcase all of your skills, strengths, and experience. Your resume is the first impression you will be making on a potential employer, and can determine

Christmas Movie and Potluck

Bring a dish or dessert and join us while we watch Miracle on 34th St, and don’t forget to wear your ugliest sweater! December 18th 11am-2pm Popcorn and drinks provided Potluck sign up in the breakroom

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