The story of Patrick…
Now 18, his arms and hands are a tapestry of scars that are a roadmap of learning, intelligence, stubbornness, determination, and one heck of a work ethic.
Patrick Franks is a recent graduate of West Orange High School and the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Program at … Read More
Signs a Career in Construction is Right for You
Every day, new buildings are getting constructed and the demand for housing, offices, and other structures is ongoing. As long as people need buildings to live, shop, and work in, there will be a need for people to work in the … Read More
What Is Computer-Aided Design?
Software and technology have dramatically changed the way people interact with the world around them and the way many people perform their jobs. One field where the influence of technology is palpable is the architecture and construction industry.
Computer-aided design (CAD) has changed the way architects, … Read More
What Does a Medical Administrative Specialist Do?
One of the most stable and secure industries in the U.S. is the healthcare field. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects healthcare to add more jobs than any other industry over the next decade and estimates that the available jobs in the … Read More
A Day in the Life of an Electrician
Modern life wouldn’t be modern life without electricity. Electricity powers lighting, appliance systems, and computer networks. The people who install electrical systems and who make sure they remain operational are electricians. If a career working with electricity sounds appealing to you, learn … Read More
Preparing for Essential Careers
Back in March 2020, states across the U.S. ordered many businesses to close or to move to remote operations, to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus. While many industries had to either fully or partially shut down, others were deemed essential and permitted to … Read More
How Will COVID-19 Change Healthcare Careers?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of life in the U.S. People who were once comfortable going out into crowds, to restaurants, movies, or museums, are now encouraged to practice caution and to stay home when they can. Almost no industry in the … Read More
I am a spring 2020 graduate from the Massage Therapy course offered by the Orange Technical College – Avalon Campus. This 750 hour, highly technical course was taught by the extremely qualified instructor, Jonah Salomon, LMT. His presence in the classroom and clinical lab has made Orange Technical College… Read More