“I Got Hired” Campaign

My career started here Will I land a job post-graduation? This is a familiar question among potential and current students. This concern has grown within the last few years. It has truly been challenging for students graduating from higher education programs nationally to find employment. Allen School of Health Science is well aware of this concern and we work […] Read More

Why is Education Important to YOU?

Five Reasons WHY Education is Important If becoming a healthcare professional is in the forefront of your mind then completing your education must be a priority. Consider these five reasons why education is important as you consider your future: 1. Dreams into Reality – Do you want to elevate yourself and go beyond your current […] Read More

AIDS Awareness

AIDS T SHIRT The Institution for HOPE Campaign for May is AIDS Awareness month! There are a few events occurring institution wide to raise awareness. Also, every Thursday and Friday in the month of May wear RED! There are red Allen School AIDS awareness t-shirts available for purchase in Student Services and 100% of the proceeds will be […] Read More

Tips to Help You Ace A Phone Interview

Ace your phone interview Phone interviews are becoming increasingly more popular. Recruiters want to prescreen potential candidates before they invite them in for a face-to-face interview.  Healthcare professionals should be prepared before a phone interview with a potential hiring manager. Forbes shared some insight as to how to have a successful phone interview. Preparation Research the company’s history Be […] Read More

Tips to Get YOUR Resume in Shape

Resume Blog Post Recent healthcare graduates with limited work experience sometimes struggle with creating a resume that catches an employer’s attention. With many graduates vying for similar job openings, it’s important to set yourself a part from the competition. Making yourself marketable can still be accomplished with limited work experience. Below are the top five resume tips from […] Read More

Allen School Difference

The Allen School of Health Sciences Everywhere you look there are healthcare schools! Allen School of Health Sciences would like to explain to you what sets us apart from a typical healthcare institution and what we do to promote strong relationships between the students and various departments. We are family owned and we have a family-like atmosphere within our campuses. Some […] Read More

Five Qualities of Prospective Medical Assisting Students

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES Allen School of Health Sciences Jamaica Campus Admissions team shared the 5 qualities they look for in prospective Medical Assisting students. The top 5 are as follows: Self-Motivated – Not easily influenced by others such as friends and family members Reliable – Consistently dependable in the quality of their performance Dedicated – Devoted and motivated […] Read More

Morning Ritual: Happiness Boost

The Allen School of Health Sciences thrives when we have happy employees and students. Happiness is not just important for the workplace and school environment, but also personally! Studies have shown that it not only boosts your mood but also your productivity. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to ensure that […] Read More

Autism Awareness Month

Are you wondering why there are major landmarks including the White House illuminating blue? Well, this month is Autism Awareness Month and Autism Speaks encourages you to “Light it up Blue!” The color blue symbolizes unity and support for greater acceptance and understanding among those living with autism. Allen School of Health Sciences will be […] Read More

Living a Long & Healthy Life

long life Most people want to live long whether it is to be around to have children, grandchildren, accomplish career goals or even to check things off your bucket list. However, we all know that living long may not equate to living a healthy or quality life. WebMD featured an article listing 4 ways in which you […] Read More