UniversalCareers.org offers financial aid to qualified students

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Nov. 21, 2010 - PRLog -- Universal Careers offers qualifying students a full tuition waiver. This helps potential students considering a career in Emergency Medical Services. To qualify, students must meet income requirements and have no felonies. This offer continues to set Universal Careers apart from other EMT/paramedic training schools.

“I was looking for a career change, but the problem was paying for it. Universal Careers helped me take my mind off that and focus on the classes,” said UC graduate Crystal Stevens.

The health care field is becoming one of the more in-demand fields, with opportunities in both the public and private sector. Pay for EMT/paramedics can exceed $40,000, and the need for skilled professionals is increasing.

With more than 210,000 EMTs/paramedics already employed in the United States and an expected growth of 9% over the next decade, Universal Careers wants to help meet that need and help its graduates become part of a valued, necessary field.

The tuition waiver helps students enter a growing career field without all the concerns over how to pay for training.

For more information about the programs offered at Universal Careers or to see if you qualify for a tuition waiver, call an admissions representative at (213) 290-4682 or visit the web site at www.universalcareers.org.

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Universal Careers is a national leader in EMT and paramedic training and preparation. With customer service offices in Los Angeles, Calif., and a training partner in Fredericksburg, Va., UC is a state-of-the-art provider of training for individuals interested in joining the health care field. Upon successful completion of the Universal Careers EMT Basic course, students will receive additional help in obtaining their EMT Certification which makes them eligible to work with paramedics in nearly every state in the U.S.
Source:Jessical Robertson
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