Halloween Costume Contest for a Chance to Win Cash Prizes!

Trick-or-treat, WellSpring! We’re celebrating Halloween with a spook-tacular new contest.

Current students are invited to come to class on Oct. 30 or Oct. 31, 2013 wearing your best Halloween costume. Make it funny, scary, gory or cute, but be sure to make it creative! We want to see every student go all out this year!

Then, like us on Facebook, post a pic to our timeline and tell your friends to like and share your photo! Whoever can get the most likes on his or her photo by Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 will win a cash prize and a healthy Halloween gift basket! Check out the prizes below:First Place: A $30 gift card and healthy Halloween gift basket

Second Place: A $20 gift card

Third Place: A $15 gift card

Keep it clean, good luck and have fun!


Join WellSpring in Celebrating National Medical Assistants Recognition Week

Every year, National Medical Assistants Recognition Week is celebrated on the third full week of October to honor medical assistants across the United States. This year WellSpring will be joining in to celebrate all of our incredible and inspiring medical assisting students. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2013, we’ll be providing free lunch for all medical assisting students.

Learn more about medical assisting at WellSpring.

Don Farquharson, president of WellSpring, said, “Medical assistants are at the heart of healthcare and many times, they’re the first people you encounter when you go to visit your doctor’s office. All of our MA students put in the effort, teamwork, care and commitment needed to succeed in the field, so we’d like to celebrate and honor their hard work.”

The free lunch will be held in the student lounge at 12:30 p.m. Staff members are invited to drop in and say hello!


Featured Graduate: Erick McEnaney Endorses WellSpring

Finding the right school can be tough, especially with so many factors affecting your decision. Our featured graduate, Erick McEnaney, knows this all too well.

McEnaney said, “I did attend several other schools for interviews. But I felt that when I came to WellSpring, that the atmosphere, it was like my own atmosphere. It was very much like coming home.
Watch his video testimonial.

At WellSpring, McEnaney found
attentive instructors and the hands-on mentoring that students need to really succeed in their careers.

“My experience with the staff was really wonderful,” McEnaney added. “I enjoyed not just the conversations I was able to have with the instructors and with the faculty, but the friendships I was able to build while I was here.
I would absolutely recommend family members and friends to pursue a career in numerous areas in the allied health field with WellSpring. The experiences that I’ve had and the training that I received here at WellSpring has been extremely beneficial and I’m actually looking forward to continuing to work with them.”

Find out more about WellSpring’s programs.