ACC-Long Beach MA Student Wins LinkedIn Social Media Challenge


More than 30 American Career College students shared on LinkedIn what they plan to do after graduation for a chance to win a $150 gift card from Target.

After all the submissions were in, ACC-Long Beach medical assistant student Jeffrey Lagasca was chosen as the winner. 

Lagasca's entry:

"After I graduate, I will get a job in the medical field and help improve people's lives. I will help people have the best quality of life they could possibly have. I chose the medical assisting program because it is a very personable profession that requires someone who cares, is motivated, and dedicated to the service of others. I would like to pursue a higher education and open up more doors for myself. American Career College was the stepping stone I needed to become a better person as an individual and a professional. With the education I will get at American Career College I will set an example for my friends and family. and be someone to look up to. I have been at American Career College for a little bit over month but for the short time I have been here I know that it was the right decision to come to this school."

Thanks very much for all the entries and please follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for future updates and contests.

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