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Have you been dissatisfied with your current job? Have you longed to change careers but felt you were “too old” to go back to school? That old saying, “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” just isn’t true.
Sometimes, having experienced life first hand makes you appreciate school more, causing you to study harder, and retain what you learn more easily.
Will it be easy? No.
Unlike students fresh out of college, you have more responsibilities and more of life to juggle. You’ll have to juggle a full time job, family commitments, and school. You’ll have to give up hobbies in exchange for doing homework, you’ll have to forgo church outings and the occasional school field trip to make room for college courses, and you’ll have to say goodbye to your favorite, weekly television show in order to replace it with studying for tests.
Hard? Yes! But so worth it.
In April 2003 Daniel Engel retired from a 22 year career to start a new career as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. After completing IAMPs classroom studies, he went on to intern at the New York Hospital in Queens, NY—just one of the internship facilities IAMP offers. And upon graduation, he found himself in a new career, doing something that excited him.
Are you ready to feel that excitement?
If not, perhaps Engel’s own words will inspire you, “IAMP prepared me very well for my internship and for that I am very thankful…IAMP will provide you with the material needed and if you put your effort into it you will reap great returns. I have not one regret from the moment I met with an Admissions Representative to the day of graduation.”
If you’re ready for a career change but not sure you have what it takes, call one of our Admissions Representatives. There’s no obligation and you just might discover you really do have what it takes to follow your dreams…
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