Welding Lab and Faculty Earn Praise From Auditors

The Beal College Welding program received some good news last week, passing its annual audit from the American Welding Society. In a message to Beal faculty and administration, Chief Operating Officer Steve Villett congratulated the welding team, which includes Program Director Jesse Crosby and instructors Mike Collins and Chuck Coburn. According to Crosby, the purpose

Beal College Announces New Career and Student Services Coordinator Position

Robin Tardiff Expands Role to Help Students Robin Tardiff has enjoyed her role as the Career Services Coordinator at Beal. And in that capacity, she helped students conduct job searches, prepare for interviews, and plan their future careers. “To be honest, I have always been a big cheerleader,” Robin says. As the College grows, it is

Medical Assisting Employer Panel at Beal College

Northern Light, St. Joseph’s Healthcare, and PCHC recruiters joined the Medical Assisting class at Beal College yesterday. Their focus was to meet with Lab III students preparing to enter their externship. Students who are in their final Lab of the Medical Assisting program had the opportunity to ask questions of these recruiters that wouldn’t typically

The Beal College Bake Sale and Auction Raises Over $2,000

Community rallies to help support officer’s family On Thursday, May 30, a fundraising event at Beal College saw students, staff and community come together to support the family of Maine State Police Detective Benjamin Campbell, who died in the line of duty on April 3 as the result of a traffic accident. The event featured

Auction at Beal College on Thursday, May 30th at 5pm

Don’t miss our bake sale from 11am to 5pm and auction from 5pm to 6pm tomorrow at Beal College, 99 Farm Rd in Bangor.  All proceeds to benefit fallen Officer Campbell’s young family. We’ll be auctioning off this handmade quilt, valued at over $100!  Donated by Sew & Sews of Gardiner, ME.  We’ll also be

Student & Staff-led Fundraiser to Benefit Officer’s Family

Auction, raffle, and bake sale to be held at Beal campus Bangor Daily News – On May 30, from 11am to 6pm, Beal College will host a fundraiser auction, raffle, and bake sale that will benefit the family of Maine State Police Detective Benjamin Campbell, who was killed in the line of duty on April

Beal College Rolls Out New In-Demand Bachelor’s in Health Information Management

New baccalaureate program offered in the rapidly growing field of Health Information Management As our society continuously evolves with the accessibility and functionality of technology, our healthcare field develops further too. The field of Health Information Management is rapidly growing and becoming a viable career option for the future with a 20% increase in job

A Rigorous Process Enables Beal to Accept Canadian and International Students

Bangor’s Beal College commits to providing a superior education to all students with open arms The United States of America has long been a desirable destination for academia. Our collegiate institutions are sought after not only by students in our country, but by students on an international scale. There are 8,744 higher education institutes that

Beal Class of 2019 Graduates

Students recognized for academic achievement and perseverance Beal College’s class of 2019 celebrated their graduation on May 5, with a commencement ceremony at Peakes Auditorium followed by a reception at Beal College In attendance were college staff, faculty, students, and their families. Stacy George, a graduate of the Medical Assisting program, was Mistress of Ceremonies.

Beal College Honor Roll Announced

Beal recognizes high-achieving students Beal College has released its list of students earning Honor Roll status for Mod 4, which ran in March and April of 2019. The College congratulates these students on their hard-earned achievement! As a career college, Beal educates many students who are working part- or full-time, raising families, or returning to