CHCP graduate Jestina K. featured in Training Industry case study on employee retention.
By the time Jestina King began working for Calvary Urgent Care, she had spent years as a single mom, fighting to support her family through low-paying and inconsistent hourly jobs at fast-food restaurants and car washes. A doctor’s appointment, while she was pregnant with her second child, sparked her interest in becoming an ultrasound technician, but she wasn’t sure how to make the leap. Finally, frustrated with struggling to pay rent month after month, she enrolled in a program at the College of Health Care Professions (CHCP). The full article can be found here.