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Faculty Spotlight: Fighting Coronavirus on the Front Lines, While Racing For a Cure

Jose Muniz, RN, a Patient Care instructor at the Florida Career College Miami campus, inspires students to serve the community.

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12 Reasons to Become an Automotive Mechanic - Florida Career College

12 Reasons to Become an Automotive Mechanic

As an automotive technician, you will be highly valued in the field for your knowledge and ability to diagnose and repair vehicles. Here are 12 reasons why you should become an automotive technician.

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Be the Change Scholarship Recipient - FCC

Florida Career College Announces ‘Be the Change’ Scholarship Winner

We have created the ‘Be the Change Scholarship’ for FCC campuses to give our students a voice in the discussion of social justice, equality, human rights, and community change.

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Medical Assistant Technician Graduate from FCC Tampa Helps During Covid-19 - Florida Career College

Tampa Campus Graduate Helps During Covid-19

I honor my position but it definitely burdens my mind. While the world is turning, and as time continues to pass by, please don’t forget that healthcare workers still need an ear to listen and a smile for comfort.

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3 Reasons Why Being a Mechanic Could Be An Amazing Career - Florida Career College

3 Reasons Why Being a Mechanic Could Be An Amazing Career

They say if you love doing something, you will never call it work. This rings true for most mechanics since they love cars from the way they look to the way they feel and drive.

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