Nevada Career Institute’s (NCI) Inspiring Campus Transformation

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Renovations and new campus facilities underscore the college’s commitment to serving students

LAS VEGAS, Nevada— Nevada Career Institute (NCI) is in the midst of transforming its campus into a modernized place of learning with the goal of best preparing its students for successful careers in the medical field. Owned by the Fuerst family, leaders in career education since the early 1960’s, NCI has become a vital link to the thriving health care industry in Las Vegas, Nevada.

According to Serjik Kesachekian, Success Education College’s (SEC) Chief Strategy Officer, “NCI’s relocation and beautification creates a modern and inviting educational environment for our students and Team Members. As one of Success Education College’s Key Performance Areas, Quality Growth is fostered on all of our campuses to enhance the learning experience and promote student success. The changes at Nevada Career Institute will continue to establish us as a leader in health care career education for the greater Las Vegas area.”

It is with this passion that NCI has been transforming its campus environment. As is standard with all of SEC’s schools, NCI offers an intimate learning experience with a very low teacher to student ratio, creating a family feeling on campus and a hands‐on training experience in the classroom. In fact, many of NCI’s graduates have expressed that the flexible schedules, in addition to the short term training programs, inspired them to choose NCI as their number one career college choice.

Among the renovations, a brand new student union has been built, featuring booth seating, a brand new refrigerator and microwave ovens. According to Kesachekian, the student union is effectively “a third space,” where students can enjoy a meal together, simply relax or prepare for class. The number one goal of NCI’s beautification is to improve the quality of campus life for all NCI students.

The staff and faculty have also enjoyed a transformative experience at NCI. Most staff members have been moved from cubicles into private offices. All of the classrooms have been transformed with brand new paint and carpets. A beautiful, second mock operating room has been built, mirroring the sterile feel of an actual operating room, preparing students for future careers. And an inviting admissions center has been built, creating a private, intimate space for conducting interviews with prospective students.

NCI has always been committed to preparing its students for successful life long careers in the health care industry, but with its recent transformations, the educational journey of NCI’s students will be just as inspiring as their final career destinations.

About Nevada Career Institute

Nevada Career Institute offers a supportive educational environment for students who are ready to begin training for a health care career. Established in 1993, Nevada Career Institute is committed to training individuals to work and succeed in a variety of professions in the health care field. The college offers several different career training programs, including Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, Medical Insurance Billing and Coding, Massage Therapy, and Surgical Technology. NCI is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) (Surgical Technology), and licensed by the Commission of Post Secondary Education (CPE). The Practical Nursing program has been granted Candidate Status by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

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