Beal Career Fair Draws Crowd

Over 30 area employers meet with job-seeking students Bangor Daily News – Wednesday, March 20th saw the return of the Beal College Career Fair, an annual event that draws career representatives from the Bangor area and beyond. The Fair is an opportunity for Beal students to learn about job opportunities and submit their resumes to

Beal College Sponsors Hike for the Homeless

Fundraising event to support Bangor Area Homeless Shelter   Beal College is a corporate sponsor for the Hike for the Homeless, taking place on April 6, 2019. An initiative begun by the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter in order to help raise funds for its annual budget of almost $800,000, the Hike for the Homeless is

Beal College Angels Featured on WABI-TV

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) | Beal College is finding simple ways to give back to their students. They call it Beal Angels. Students write down their name and a personal need and enter into a private drawing for a $25 reward. The intention is to provide students with a chance to lessen the burden of unexpected

Maine Needs More Registered Nurses as Shortage Continues

Beal College joins the movement to help solve our community’s healthcare dilemma by opening their new nursing program Bangor Daily News:  Maine’s healthcare system is facing a crisis that affects most of our population. As a state we are experiencing a critical shortage of registered nurses to care for our citizens in hospitals, doctor’s offices,

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