I took Sterile processing tech career at Medtek College and was part of the Feb 2012 batch and I must say that my experience at this school was the highlight of my career! Thanks to the school for helping me pass the board test in 12 weeks, getting into Kaiser for my externship and helping me through out applying for a job at many places. What I like most was our teacher Ms. Maricel, is that she has this so- positive attitude, never give up style, She motivated me and my classmate everyday, She was persistent in making sure we all applied any job not just Sterile tech but her advice was "apply any job in the hospital especially janitorial, cafeteria or even just volunteer coz all you need is to get in the system then the rest will follow. She never gave up even when I wanted to already, In my batch there were 3 of us that made it and works now at different hospitals (Stanford, Mills Peninsula and Regional Hospital) by April 2012. I'm employed by Community Regional Med Hospital. I never gotten a chance to write them a review but I saw one today and I felt like people needs to know that this school change my life forever. I'm so sorry to hear that the first review had a bad experience, Can't blame you on that but try to count the positive things and the negative just think of it as a part of any school out there. There are more other schools that are worst where they do not care at all just to get money out of you. You said 3 weeks at Kaiser, we did ours 4 weeks also and I drove everyday Fresno-San Jose. They taught me what I needed and took that with me wherever I applied. I was turn down many times because they want someone with 400+ experienced but I just follow Ms. Maricel advise and now I'm financially stable. This is my advise to anyone out there, do not ever blame the school if your not successful. Its not their fault, We make our own choices. If you really want it do your part! Peace brother!!!!
PLEASE NOTE: This was a Yelp review in response to a negative review by another student. Despite our best efforts to make sure to perform as we promised, we know that every student's experience will be different. When we do miss the mark, we take it into account and strive to make it better.