The PCC Difference
As one of the first students to enroll in the Pueblo Community College medical assistant apprenticeship program, Hailey Adame is discovering the many benefits of earning while she learns.
Adame, 19, is a first-generation college student. She enrolled in a four-year school right after high school but discovered that wasn’t the right path for her.
“I thought I had to figure out what I wanted to do with my life right then and there and I ended up just overwhelming myself,” she said.
After moving back to Pueblo, she learned about the PCC apprenticeship from her grandmother and knew it was an opportunity she couldn’t ignore.
In the News
PUEBLO – Students who enroll in specific short-term health care training programs at PCC will pay nothing, thanks to the new Care Forward Colorado program.
Students will pay no tuition, fees or course material costs, as program funding allows. The programs can be completed in a year or less.