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Dear Future PCI Scholars,
Success isn’t about how much money you make; it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives. This has been and will always be my motivation to surpass all obstacles and become a successful woman. A year ago I was counting down the days to graduate from high school. I would begin a new chapter in my life and I knew where exactly to begin, PCI Health Training Center.
I was blessed with the opportunity to attend this institute for the Medical Office Assistant program. None of this would have been accomplished without the immense support from my Admissions Representative. Thanks to her support I had an amazing experience at PCI. The campus, instructors, staff and our fellow classmates are what makes PCI a great family that I am very proud to be part of. Throughout the four months I was here I obtained the knowledge that enabled me to be successful at my externship. My externship made my experience at PCI an incredible one. I had the opportunity to work with an amazing staff at Medical City Dallas Hospital specifically with a vascular surgeon. During my extern I learned how to handle the front of the office as well as the back. The classes, professionalism, externship, support not only prepared me to be a Medical Office Assistant but helped me to grow as a person with greater determination to accomplish much more.
Here I am now a year later sharing my experience on how one phone call completely changed my life. Some future scholars reading this may think it was a piece of cake but I can assure that it was not. Success is not simply handed to you, you have to want it and fight for it, and you might cry, complain or consider giving up but just remember that all the hard work will pay off. The only advice that I give to you, is to make sure you look forward to accomplishing your goals. Some may take longer than others but what matters is never giving up and that’s exactly what I did when I walked into the Admissions Office with my goals. My goals were to maintain a 4.0 GPA and become a Student Council Member, which I achieved. I am months away from beginning my current goal, which is attending a university to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse.
Those were the goals I accomplished and will continue to accomplish. It is up to you to achieve your goals. It may take time but never give up because at the end of the day our goals are what motivate us to be the successful professionals we aspire to be.
Martha Gabriela Martinez-Cortez