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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

I graduated 10 months ago and still no job. I go out on interviews and I am told "you don't have any experience" Why do you think I attended this school so I could get into the medical field. Most places want 1,2, and 3 years experience one place said no new graduates. So here I am with an Associates in MA and certifications and no job all that and a student loan. I wish I never attended they don't tell you these things this school is a for profit school it's all about money. Stay away go to TCC or Regent or Old Dom. you chances are better and cheaper. I think some employers just don't want to hire ECPI/MCI graduates.

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Degree: Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

I graduated 7 months ago and still not employed as a Medical Assistant. Career Services don't help you it's a joke. This is a for profit school and money is the name of the game. Instructors need to be replaced with current ones that have recently been in the field not from 30 yrs ago. I now don't believe in fast track learning. Employers want 1,2,3, yrs exp look for yourself when you try to get a job. The school doesn't tell you that. Stay away you will be glad you did.

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