Business Academy – Medical Assisting students gearing up for their 24+ hour clinical experiences at area of interest businesses in the community. Best of luck Business Academy – Medical Assisting students on your first week of clinicals at area of interest businesses in the community.Congratulations to all!!
Applications to join us at Biddeford Regional Center of Technology for the 2019-20 School Year are now open. For more information and to access our Application, click here.
Former Business Academy – Medical Assisting students return to class to speak to this year’s class on their colleges, college experiences, and related jobs. Shown from left to right: Lauren Russell (Mercy Hospital – RN), Celeste Cannafarina (Cardiology – Medical Assistant), Morgan Berry (EMS), Emily Gelinas (student SMCC Medical Assisting Program), Ebony Dukes (UNE student…
Former Business Academy – Legal Program students return to class to speak to this year’s class on their colleges, college experiences, and related jobs. Shown from left to right: Christian Allaire (Husson CJ senior – 2013 CTE Outstanding Student of the Year), Chelsea Broomhall (2nd year Maine Law student & apprentice at John Webb Law…
Congratulations to former Business Academy – Medical Assisting student Ali Harris; Ali recently landed a full time Medical Assistant position at SMHC Family Medicine – Saco. This is where she did her 25+ hour clinical experience while in this program. We are very proud of you Ali!!!
A sincere thank you to Biddeford Police Officer/Accident Reconstruction Specialist Bob Flint for visiting the Business Academy – Legal Studies Program.
Thank you to Biddeford District Court for hosting the Business Academy – Legal Studies class for a field trip. We were able to observe arraignment proceedings and participated in a question/answer session with the presiding judge.
Click Here for the students selected as our December 2018 Students of the Month.
Click Here to read the Center of Technology’s Winter 2018 newsletter.
Business Academy – Medical Assisting students practicing infant CPR skills.