ABOUT FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE - HIALEAH CAMPUS
The FCC Hialeah campus is happy to welcome you as a potential student. As you start your journey towards a new career, our staff and instructors are here to support you along the way. We know how important it is for you to learn at your own pace and with the help of a challenging courses too. We provide you with the tools you need to succeed including smaller classes. The Hialeah campus has a smaller student to teacher ratio, which means that you can get the hands-on support you need.
As a student at the Hialeah trade school campus, you will enjoy personalized attention from instructors and faculty. Our team greets all students by name, so that you feel part of a team. You are not in this alone and we are here to assist you every step of the way. We know how important your education is and that is why we have made it our mission to ensure our programs are accredited. In fact, you will find that Florida Career College is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.
Our approach to learning is unique in that it encompasses several strategies to ensure your success. Our instructors focus on hands-on learning, so that you can gain the skills you need to enter the workforce prepared and well trained. At the FCC Hialeah career college campus, you can expect these teams to be part of your academic journey:
- Admissions Team: We invite all students to schedule a campus tour of our vocational school here in Hialeah. This is your opportunity to see the campus, walk around, and speak with someone about starting classes
- Financial Aid Team: Students who register for any career training programs can speak with one of our student finance advisors, who will provide you with information you need about payment plans, grants, student loans, and scholarships. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
- Career Services Team: Students can work one-on-one with our career services team to strengthen their resume, practice interviewing, find resources, and identify additional opportunities to further their education and career*.
My favorite thing about my school is as soon as you walk in through the doors there is always someone who sees you and immediately greets you like if you were a family member you haven’t seen in a while and the conversation just goes from their next thing you know you were in there for hours and hours just chatting away and you never even knew! This school has been a blessing for me even though I’ve had a rough time keeping up a little bit but they were always there if I needed a hand which I’m grateful for and this is my second year at the school and came to do MFOB!!
Florida Career College gave me the opportunity to change my life to find a way to succeed and I’m taking this opportunity. Now I can see the sunshine over the dark forest. My instructor Mrs. Martin helped me to see and understand my potentials, I love the way she cares about her students, the strength she provide to all, she encourage me to come to school every day and motivate and inspire me to become an excellent professional, she is always aware about our needs and help us to find a solution. FCC saw this potential in me and I’m not going to lose
Medical Assistant Technician, Hialeah
PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AT FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE – HIALEAH
INFORMATION ABOUT FLORIDA CAREER COLLEGE - HIALEAH
Florida Career College in Hialeah is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.
Admissions, Career Services, and Financial Aid
Wi-Fi Available for Students
Business, Dental, Allied Health, HVAC, Information Technology, Automotive
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday – Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Friday
Free Student Parking
Student access to break rooms, outdoor areas, resource center, and computer labs, microwaves, and vending machines
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