Medical Assisting Careers can Provide Both Purpose and Professional Growth

Spike in the job outlook for medical assistant professionals throughout U.S. Many people searching for a career are looking for a field that is rewarding beyond the financial benefits. The Harvard Business Review cites that employees working for a “cause” are more likely to commit their “whole selves” to their work, making them more satisfied

Beal Angels and Beal Meal Address College Community Needs

Beal Anges give back! Beal Angels is one of a couple of college-led initiatives that have their origin in a recognition of the many challenges facing students of all walks of life. The process is simple: any Beal student can put his or her name and contact information into a private drawing. Once per month,

Beal College Dean of Education Elected AAMA President

Sue Hawes to head national medical assistant organization “I believe that Beal College and the AAMA are builders of the future leaders in the industry of health care.” – Sue Hawes, CMA (AAMA), MBA, RHIT, FACMPE Bangor Daily News | At its National Conference last September in Salt Lake City, Utah, the American Association of

Beal College Responds to Expanding Health Information Technology Field in Maine

The health information technology field is experiencing an expansion in both variety and opportunity in Maine. Bangor Daily News:  Beal College knows that now, more than ever, people are privy to information about their own health. With the advancements in technology and system sharing that has developed over the past couple of decades, patients are

Medical Assistant Advisory Board Meets at Beal College

At Beal’s recent Medical Assistant Advisory meeting, there was excellent discussion regarding externships and ways we can work together improve the experience for both Beal students and our externship partners – such as less administrative hours and more clinical hours. It was great to hear that Beal College graduates are still sought after when practices

Are Employment Projections Growing for Welding Industry Professionals?

Maine labor trends point to significant growth in the welding technology field If you are looking for a career choice or change, chances are the ideals of stability, security, and opportunity are on your list of considerations. Unsurprisingly, these qualities (along with flexibility, purpose, and adequate salary) rank among the highest on employee’s must-haves in

Health Information Tech Advisory Committee Meeting

The discussion in the HIM Advisory Board meeting this week produced ideas for changes in the curriculum that would focus more on what the HIM employee needs for job positions now available. The attendees were active in all topics of discussions. They were engaged and willing to help the program. About the Health Information Technician

Beal Research Guide Gets Makeover

Digital Maine Library Databases to power student research The Beal College Research Guide received an update recently, to keep current with the change from Maine’s Virtual Library (known as MARVEL) to the Digital Maine Library Databases. The guide can be accessed at the following address: This guide was developed specifically to help students with

Career Services at Beal College – Your Link to Career Opportunities

Learn how the Beal team can help you get started with a new career Beal College’s mission involves positioning its students for excellence in their career endeavors. While much of that preparation occurs in the classroom, Beal also offers a robust Career Services program to help link students with job success. Robin Tardiff is Beal’s

A Message from the President of Beal College | Fall 2018

Sheryl DeWalt President We are fortunate to live in Maine where there actually are four seasons, each with its own unique weather, and we are now experiencing the change in temperatures. The drop in temperatures forces us to change our wardrobe to warmer clothes with long sleeves and duller colors to match the gloominess of