Accredited Medical Assistant Training at Beal College

Did you know Beal College’s Medical Assisting program has been offered since 1979 and accredited with the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) since 1985? Beal College was the first college in Maine to achieve AAMA accreditation and the longest running, too! We have graduated hundreds of Medical Assistants that have contributed to our healthcare

Beal College to Hold Vigil for Slain Newport Woman

Anielka Allen, 37, studied medical assisting at Beal College in Bangor before her death. CentralMaine.com | January 15, 2020: BY MOLLY SHELLY  MORNING SENTINEL Beal College in Bangor is planning to hold a vigil for a student who was found dead at her Newport home on Jan. 9, according to a post made on the

Beal Addiction Counseling Students Lend a Hand to the Salvation Army

Beal College’s Addiction Counseling students are opening their hearts in support of a family this Christmas. The student led group, with the help of their Program Director, Susan Polyot, want to give back to their community that has supported them throughout many times of need. The Salvation Army was the obvious choice as Beal shares

Thank A Medical Assistant Today

October 23rd Offers Chance to Reflect on Importance of Medical Assisting Medical Assistants play a crucial role in the healthcare field. Supporting physicians and other healthcare professionals in clinical or administrative roles, Medical Assistants perform a range of duties. From running the office to drawing blood, Medical Assistants answer a host of different medical needs.

Beal College COO to Helm Charity Organization for 2019-2020 Term

Steve Villett named president of Bangor Breakfast Kiwanis Bangor Daily News | Steve Villett, Chief Operating Officer of Beal College, was recently elected president of Bangor Breakfast Kiwanis, a part of Kiwanis International. Villett has been a Kiwanis member for over three years. He joined upon moving to the area, wanting to find an organization

Beal College Introduces New Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Completion Program – Fully Online

RN to BSN Program Begins October, 2019 Bangor Daily News | In our ever-evolving modern world, technology and healthcare are constantly advancing. Healthcare professionals are no exception to this positive evolution. In 2010 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) conducted a study that prompted them to create the goal of having 80% of nurses prepared with

Dr. Mark Hardgrove, Ph.D., Named Director for Curriculum Development at Beal College

Students know him as the instructor of Introduction to Sociology, but Beal College is now benefiting from Dr. Mark Hardgrove’s years of administrative experience in his new role as Director for Curriculum Development. To help introduce Dr. Hardgrove to the school and community, Beal English instructor Paul England gave him the opportunity to tell us

Beal’s Welding Technology Students Meet with Company Recruiters

On-campus recruiting visits from some of Maine’s leading employers The Beal College Welding Technology program welcomed several employers on campus over the past two weeks this August to discuss their company, culture, and employment opportunities with students completing their degree this month. The students were introduced to opportunities at Fisher Engineering, Bath Iron Works, Cianbro,

Beal College Staff & Students Support the Courageous Steps Initiative

Back to School Drive Helps Area Schools August means it’s almost back-to-school time, and that means teachers and classrooms need supplies. Often, teachers pay out of pocket to top off their classrooms with the odds and ends that support education – everything from paper and pens to tissues and calculators. The Courageous Steps Project, a

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