Interested in a Healthcare Career? Overall, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects 5 million new jobs in the sector through 2022. January 2021 is the best time to start at Mandl.
Why? Because NYC needs Healthcare Workers now. There are more opportunities in the medical industry than ever before and Mandl School can help you get started right away. Call 212-247-3434 today to learn more. We will answer all questions about class schedules, career services, program requirements, Financial Aid and our many programs including:
HEALTHCARE CAREER DEGREES
Our programs prepare you for career building internships, license exams, career placement and more. Doctors and Dentists need Medical and Dental Assistants, hospitals require Respiratory Therapists, labs are looking for Health Care Administrators, and there is a growing demand for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, and Surgical Technologists. These positions are part of a healthcare team focused on overall wellness and disease treatment and prevention. Our January 2021 class is going to be a fantastic opportunity for you to begin the new year right and quickly get you started on a growing career track. Call today or fill out a short form and we’ll get right back to you!
VITAL CAREERS START AT MANDL!
You don’t need to be a physician to have a high paying job in the healthcare field. Non-physicians fill some of the highest paid jobs in the healthcare industry! Now is challenging time in all of our lives yet one filled with great opportunities for those like you who want to work for it. The entire Mandl staff is working hard everyday to ensure you have the best health care education and career services assistance in NYC. Classes are starting – contact us today!
Mandl School Respiratory Therapy students have been honored with prestigious recognition. And we couldn’t be more proud of them and their professors.
Mandl School has been training and educating students to enter the Health Care industry for almost 100 years. Our graduates work in hospitals all across the NYC metro area and around the country thriving in Health Care careers such as Surgical Technologist, Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Health & Human Services, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Healthcare Administration, and Respiratory Therapy. This year, we sent, for the very first time, a team to compete in the New York Downstate Association for Respiratory Therapists (NYDART) Academic Challenge. And we are so proud to announce that our team of Leah Degnan, Anita Dipnarine, Justina Gurk and Albert Picardo placed second and have qualified for the finals in this competition!
The New York Downstate Association for Respiratory Therapists Inc. is a Non-Profit 501C6 Association directed by dedicated volunteer Respiratory Therapists with a mission to provide all RTs working or living in the NY Downstate vicinity with superior quality educational programs, conferences and symposiums to fulfill the continuing education requirements for licensure and a vision to improve patient care while promoting and advancing the Profession of Respiratory Therapy.
As one of the top Respiratory Therapy schools in NYC, Mandl School, The College of Allied Health provides a degree program that works to meet the needs of our nation’s dynamic, fast-paced health care field. This industry is evolving rapidly and demands well-trained, licensed respiratory therapists and respiratory therapy technicians to staff hospitals, sleep labs and other health-related facilities.
The objective of Mandl School’s Respiratory Therapy Program is to provide students with a learning environment that will enable them to acquire requisite knowledge and skills to practice the profession of respiratory therapy, which shall be undertaken pursuant to the direction of a duly licensed physician and is defined as the performance of cardiopulmonary evaluation, respiratory therapy treatment techniques, and education of the patient, family and public.
Mandl is one of only a few programs available in the NYC metro area and one of the most well respected in the country. We are always proud of our student’s hard work and dedication – today we are extra proud of the recognition Leah, Anita, Justina and Albert have received for themselves, their team and our entire program.
To contact Mandl School, please call 212-247-3434 or click here to fill out a short form so we can contact you!
A Trade Career can be lucrative and rewarding. Teens need to know there are alternatives to 4 year colleges. In fact, studies are showing that there are more opportunities for skilled trade today than ever before. Here is a great article written by Katie Bingham-Smith and published in Family Circle. Mandl School offers students an opportunity for a career focused education. The medical field is in need of employers and we offer specific training, certification prep, and degrees for some of the highest paying and most sought after careers in the US.
High-paying jobs are available for students who choose trade school or vocational or technical education instead of bachelor’s degree programs.
My son is 15 and will be starting his junior year of high school in the fall. The talk of going to college is buzzing all around while no other options are even suggested half as much. There seems to be such a stigma around not going off to school to earn a bachelor’s degree, and I don’t think this is fair to our kids.
My son probably won’t go to college, at least not right away.
While I am still going to take him to visit schools to make sure it’s not what he wants to do straight after graduation, it might not change his mind about what he wants to do. For now, he feels like he wants to be a plumber like his father, and we both think that’s great.
When he was younger, he watched his dad go to work in a big truck that had different compartments and held fittings, long copper pipes, and cool PVC things that fit together like a puzzle. He loved helping him clean and organize it.
He’d take a screwdriver or wrench and sit with him under sinks when we’d drop off donuts at a job site.
As he’s gotten older, he’s gone to work with him over the years and learned how to install radiant heat, faucets, and toilets.
My son likes to do manual labor and work hard. He’s always been happiest when he is moving his body and hates sitting in a classroom all day. The thought of going to another four years of school after graduating makes his stomach turn.
Knowing that, and seeing how his father has struggled to find good employees that know the plumbing trade, or want to work hard to learn it, has made me realize we really need to be presenting the trades as a promising career path to our kids, because they have so much to offer.
College is being shoved down their throats, and all the other options take a back seat or aren’t presented at all.
Our teens should at least know there is always a need for carpenters, plumbers, and electricians. In fact, a plumber once told me in good times, people buy and build new. And in bad times, they still need their homes to be standing and functioning properly so they hire trades-people to repair broken things—people will always need to use the bathroom and have running water.
My son’s dad has never been at a loss for work. He supported a family of five on one income by running a good plumbing business. In fact, he’s had to turn a lot of work away as he’s always had more work than he can handle.
He’s also mentioned when he does call people back to schedule a service call, they are so relieved because it’s impossible to get a plumber to come to their house.
Trades schools are a lot less expensive than four-year colleges, and lots of companies are willing to train the right person with the right work ethic. Many of our kids can get into a lucrative career, start earning money, and learn great skills right out of high school without taking on much (or any) debt.
This can allow them to earn great money to think longer and harder about what they want to do while gaining the knowledge that will help them later in life; learning to fix something yourself can save thousands a year.
Maybe they want to save for school and go later after they have gotten a feel for earning a living. Perhaps they want to work for a bit and earn enough money to travel. There is also the option to work during the day and take classes at night a bit at a time and pay as they go.
I also can’t count the times I’ve tried to find a good handyman, and when I do find one, he is usually straight out because he has so much work and has a hard time hiring someone to help him.
The trades are such a wonderful option for our kids. They are needed, they pay well, and the skills learned will be carried throughout a lifetime. The facts should be presented to them earlier in their life so it at least gets their brains wrapped around what a great way the trades can be to make a living.
Contact us today to learn more about how a two year degree from Mandl can prepare you for a lucrative and lasting career that can open doors to many professional and life opportunities.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography is a highly respected career path for those interested in Health Care. Diagnostic medical sonographers are highly specialized members of the health care team who provide patient services using ultrasound under the direction of a physician. Many people associate sonography, which utilizes sound waves, with pregnancy. It’s how a fetus can be seen in the womb. But this technology has many other applications in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions in the abdomen, breast, heart and blood vessels and, more recently, in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal problems.
Sonographers provide care essential to diagnostic ultrasound imaging by operating equipment and performing examinations for medical diagnosis. Sonographers have an in-depth knowledge of physics, disease processes, physiology, cross-sectional anatomy, positioning and sonographic techniques necessary to create ultrasound images.
Mandl’s DMS Degree consists of two parallel tracks: Track 1 will concentrate on specialties in Abdomen and Ob/Gyn and Track 2 will concentrate on specialties in adult echo-cardiography and cardio-vascular technology. Both tracks are designed to prepare entry-level sonographers for employment in Imaging departments, Radiology, Cardiology and Vascular offices and specialty practices.
The outlook for employment as a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer is very good, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). It predicts that employment will grow 26% from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.
For more information about this fantastic career path, call our admissions department right away at 212-247-3434. You can also fill out our simple form and we will contact you.