You’ve graduated high school. Congratulations?
Now what are you going to do?
Lots of your friends might be thinking about attending a university or community college. Those are great choices. But maybe you don’t have the desire to go right back to school after completing high school. Maybe you don’t have the funding to go to college right now. Or maybe, just maybe, you’re ready to move into a phase of your life where you’re earning money and building a career that your family can count on for years to come.
That’s where Lost Pines Dental Assistant School comes in.
For years, we’ve been helping people get the training and confidence they need to join the healthcare industry.
This isn’t about “skipping” college. It’s about making a career choice that you can be proud of for the rest of your life. Here are just a few of the reasons why dental assistant school is a smart career choice.
Get Done In Weeks Instead Of Years
An associate’s degree at a community college takes a minimum of two years to complete. A bachelor’s degree at a college or university takes four years. If you’re ready to start your career right away, the 13-week dental assistant training program here at Lost Pines will have you working and earning money in just over three months.
Built-In Internship Hours
At Lost Pines, we want to see our graduates go on to achieve successful careers. That’s why we provide assistance in writing cover letters and putting together a resume. We’ll also point you in the right direction when it comes to finding local dentists and dental clinics that are looking for help. Perhaps most importantly, however, we incorporate 50 internship hours into our 13-week program so that you graduate with real-life experience under your belt.
Growing Demand For Dental Assistant School Graduates
There’s more of a demand for well-trained dental assistants now than ever before. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the field of dental assisting is the third fastest growing occupation in the US. That means job security!
Contact us to learn more about enrollment at Lost Pines Dental Assistant School today.