Mayo Clinic representatives plan visit to Anoka Technical College to recruit students and graduates in allied health programs

Representatives from Mayo Clinic will visit Anoka Technical College in November to recruit the college’s current allied health students and graduates for jobs in the Twin Cities and elsewhere.

“Mayo Clinic is coming to Anoka Technical College to visit with students and graduates of the allied health programs about their job openings, about Mayo Clinic, what they strive for and what their mission is,” said Lisa Sailor, director of the medical assisting program and coordinator for the visit. This is the first time that Mayo Clinic has recruited at the college.

Two meetings with Mayo Clinic representatives will take place Wed. Nov. 12, one at 3:30 p.m. and one at 6 p.m. in Auditorium B on the college’s campus.

“It’s a huge opportunity for our allied health professionals to get hired on at Mayo and work for one of the top healthcare systems in the country,” said Sailor.

Anoka Technical students and alumni who attend should bring a resume with a cover letter stating why they would like to work for Mayo and an estimated date of program completion.

Each year, Anoka Technical College produces about 275 graduates in the medical assistant, surgical technology, emergency medical services, occupational therapy, medical coding, medical administrative specialist, health information technology, medical administration, Licensed Practical Nursing and nursing assistants programs. These programs range from certificates to two-year degree programs.

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