Working two fast-paced jobs may not be appealing to everyone but as an Army veteran, Alexander Esqueda has never enjoyed sitting still.
After he left the military, Alexander was a night manager, making decent money, at a laundry mat but the lack of advancement opportunities was frustrating. He found the change he was looking for in the medical field.
“The medical field is more up my alley because there’s room for advancement and you can also change your field,” he said. “If I wanted to go into urology, neurology, anything like that, I could.”
Alexander decided to start with phlebotomy. Once he received his phlebotomy license, he enrolled in UEI College’s Medical Assistant Program in Fresno. READ MORE