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Ashley’s 3 Tips for Dealing with College Stress

Feeling overwhelmed? For many college students, earning their degree is not the only priority in their lives. Work, school, or family to attend to all take up a significant amount of time for individuals. Many have a combination of all three. At times, juggling so many responsibilities can seem overwhelming. When this happens, there are numerous coping mechanisms we can use to balance our lives again.

These Are Some of the Best Health Care Jobs of 2016

This week, we’re starting a series of blog posts written in relation to U.S. News and World Report’s 100 Best Jobs of 2016. We’ll be breaking down the list by industry and discussing which jobs you can get with an associate degree from Dallas Community Colleges, along with a little information about what each career path might look like.

What Students are Saying About EMT/EMS Training at DCCCD

Thousands of students walk through the doors of our seven colleges each year, and between them all, there are thousands more reasons why. Because of that, sometimes we like to take a little time to cast some light on a specific program, why those students chose it and how it’s helped them on their own personal road to success.

For the month of July, our focus is on the Emergency Medical Services education you can get at DCCCD. Here’s what some of our graduates had to say!