Of course, classes are extremely important to us at Chattanooga College, but so is real-world experience. That’s why our students get involved in volunteer events like cleaning up the Ronald McDonald House.
We believe engaging with the people you want to help is so important, and you can start making a difference even as a student. Thanks to the hard work of our medical assisting students who spent the day disinfecting toys and playrooms, the families who stay there can feel like their health is being protected.
The Ronald McDonald House does such important work to keep families together as they go through medical scares. By providing a place for families to stay together, they relieve so much financial and emotional stress. And we believe these interactions make our students more compassionate, better experienced professionals as they enter their careers.
Want to learn more about what makes our medical assisting program different? Check it out here.