The externship course enables students to have the opportunity to demonstrate and reinforce the knowledge and skills presented and practiced throughout the training program. Prior to students going on site, they will complete 20 hours of work site professionalism curriculum. This content builds upon the students ability to work well with others, finalize their resume, improve interviewing skills, and manage their time on their externship site. Externs work under the direct supervision of qualified personnel at the externship site and under general supervision of College staff. Supervisory personnel evaluate externs and the evaluations are placed in the student's permanent record. Medical Assistant students must complete their externship training to fulfill graduation requirements.
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