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Train for one of nine new careers in nine months or less.

UEI College makes it possible.

With the new year, many people are trying to figure out which change will make the biggest difference. According to education specialists, it isn’t a new dog or a new diet, but a new career.

“Learning a career that you love can make a huge difference in so many ways, from the satisfaction you feel and the money you earn to the friends you make,” explains Dora Garcia, Director of Admissions at UEI College.

UEI College, with Los Angeles-area campuses in Van Nuys, Huntington Park, and El Monte, caters to those who want to explore new career options in todays most in-demand industries. The 25-year-old school, which recently changed it’s name in order to award degrees in addition to diplomas, enables students to keep their current jobs while studying and graduate in nine months or less.

“We’re very excited about our newest program in Criminal Justice,” says Garcia. “After completion, our career services team helps graduates land such prestigious jobs as store detective, retail security guard, gaming surveillance specialist, bailiff, TSA professional, and 911 operator.”

Additionally, UEI College offers programs in Medical Assisting, Massage Therapy, Medical Billing, Dental Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, Computer Systems Technician, and Business Office Administration.

Start making a change today and call UEI College at 877-254-3782 or visit us on the web at

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