Being young, I learnt quickly what spending money could do to your finances. I knew I needed to go back to school to avoid a burnout working 80-hr work weeks, but I needed to be able to work fulltime while going to an accredited school. So I sat down and did my research and found out about Academy of Learning. Their flexible scheduling allowed me to keep my day job and go to school in the evenings. My hectic life led me to move to Prince Albert mid-study. I drove to Saskatoon once a week to maintain my hours and keep up with my studies. The manager at AOL offered I study at the Prince Albert location while I continue to finish my program. Closing to the end of my program, I was offered full-time at a walk-in clinic as well as landed a position as a Unit Clerk at the Prince Albert Public Health Region at the Victoria Hospital. Academy of Learning has been extremely accommodating and understanding my needs to finish my program as well as continue to live my life as it is. I am proud to say I am a graduate of the Medical Administrative Assistant program and would recommend this school to anyone who wanted an education!
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