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Hello! i am a sophomore in college and set to graduate in May 2020. I am having troubles finding health care hours. Every job i’ve seen is full time, and i can’t do that with 18-21 credits every semester and two kids. The only job i’ve found is a Direct Support Professional. These people work with disabled people, kids and adults. Working with kids means watching them, giving them their medications, taking to therapy etc, and adults live in group home settings. So feeding, medications, etc. I was wondering if this would count for HCE? The program i’m looking into just says a list of some jobs and says “not limited too” and I emailed the program for help and they didn’t clarify anything.
Hi guys. I just found this page and I'm hoping someone can give me some advice. I'm eager to start getting PCE but every position requires further schooling. Has anyone been able to obtain an entry level position that trained you on the job? I don't have any sort of personal connections with anyone in the health care field so I'm finding this portion of undergrad a little difficult. Should I just bite the bullet and register for more schooling to be a medical assistant or phlebotomist? Please Help.