Special Projects Lead, Jeff Davis, kicked of his first resume building class using Career EDGE at the new WorkSource Center in Tacoma WA.  After the centers Multi-Care hiring event with over 400 job seekers, Jeff realized that it was a needed addition to add to available services being offered. Starting next month in March, Jeff will be facilitating a Career EDGE Boot Camp course twice a week for newly WIOA enrolled customers.  This boot camp will assist customers in building their foundation in their job search while helping them to determine their approach moving forward.  Career TEAM Pierce, plans to launch these Career EDGE Boot Camps in targeted areas in the community as well to help reach customer lacking a GED or High School Diploma.


Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY and partners with

Career Team for Clinical Medical Assistant Program for Glasgow KY Area.

The Clinical Medical Assistant program through WKU offers students an exciting, challenging and rewarding career in healthcare. The program teaches and trains students on how to assist physicians by performing functions rested to the medical office. Students in the program cover many important topics including pharmacology, medical terminology, phlebotomy, vital signs, and ethics of workplace behavior.

During the program students will complete 140 hours of classroom time. Students will have both hands on, book, and externship opportunities throughout the program. Upon completion of the class students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) National Exam, and National Healthcareer Association (NHA)


“Not only do they help to secure students. They work hand-in-hand with the participants to ensure they not only earn entry into the class they provide life skills to help them succeed in the class by holding them accountable. Career Team strives to create win-win scenarios to ensure that the students succeed and ultimately earn position/job to begin a career.”


Derek Olive
Director, Continuing and Professional Development
Western Kentucky University