North-West College (NWC) Opens New Campus Location in Van Nuys, California
Providing Allied Health Education and Career Training in the Heart of the San Fernando Valley
Students interested in pursuing a career in the health care field now have the option to attend North-West College (NWC) in Van Nuys, California. Located at 14540 Haynes Street, the campus opened its doors to new students Monday, September 18,after undergoing extensive renovations to ensure an exceptional learning environment for students and Team Members alike.
The new Van Nuys location demonstrates the College’s ongoing commitment to serving students throughout Southern California.
"We are thrilled to be able to serve the students and community of Van Nuys and its surrounding cities," explained Chief Strategy Officer SerjikKesachekian. "It's exciting to continue our 50-year legacy of educating students for success at this new location in the heart of the San Fernando Valley."
Individuals interested in attending the North-West College Van Nuys campus can choose from several different health care programs, including: Vocational Nursing, Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Medical Insurance Billing and Coding, Pharmacy Technician and more. Each program follows the College's hands-on training model—giving students a chance to learn course material in the classroom and then put their knowledge into practice to develop relevant skills for the World of Work.
"We cannot wait to see students enter and thrive in these programs as they experience firsthand the power of quality education," Kesachekian shared.
To learn more about North-West College's Van Nuys Campus or the health care training programs offered at the College, please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu.
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