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Athena Career Academy specializes in the field of nursing. We offer training as a Practical Nurse. This career is in very high demand and...Read More
Clinical Medical Assistant
Athena Career Academy offers training as a Clinical Medical Assistant. The Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) Program...Read More
Early Childhood Education
Athena is dedicated to offering a comprehensive Early Childhood Education Associate Degree Program Majoring in Early Childhood Education Birth through...Read More
LPN to RN Program
Athena specializes in the field of nursing. Those who have their LPN license can learn to become a Registered Nurse in just....Read More
If you're reading this you're probably someone considering starting a teaching career late in life. Maybe you didn't know that teaching was your calling until just now or maybe you just want a change. No matter how good your reasons are, there's always that creeping sensation of doubt. It can happen with any major career change, but it can be especially bad when you're considering a teaching career. Teachers always start young, right? Aren't you too old to begin now? The short answer is: no, it's never too late to become a teacher. But you probably want a little more reassurance than that. Here are a few reasons why it's totally okay to start your teaching career late in life.
Athena Career Academy is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. In addition Athena is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing, the Ohio Department of Health, and the Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools. The Council on Occupational Education appears on the Department of Education's approved list of accreditation bodies, allowing us to offer Title IV federal financial aid for our Practical Nursing Program to those who qualify.
Athena Career Academy is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. The school is registered with the Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools and Operates under the authority of the Ohio Board of Nursing and Ohio Department of Health. Please contact the Director of Public Relations for more information.
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