IBMC Fort Collins Hires Education Specialist at Career Training College
The Institute of Business & Medical Careers’ Fort Collins Campus Welcomes Education Specialist, Heather Pulley, to Local Career Training College
Three years serving as a Volunteer Coordinator and another seventeen years of business experience, gives Heather Pulley a unique edge to the Education Department Specialist position at the Institute of Business & Medical Careers’ Fort Collins college campus, 3842 South Mason Street.
In addition to her Coordinator experience at Timberline Church in Fort Collins from 2009 to Present, Pulley practiced customer service skills as a Travel Agent at New Horizons Travel in Grand Junction from 1994-2004, and was the Owner of Ladies Workout Express in Fort Collins from 2004-2011.
At IBMC, she will be responsible for using her abilities to help current students with their Education Department options and applications, serving as a knowledge base for specialist exams, graduation, and day-to-day operations of classes in the college.
The programs at IBMC, geared for serving a foundation for each field offered, allow students of all demographics to combine excellent critical thinking, researching, and writing skills in the classroom and during a mandatory externship. IBMC gives technical training and practical skills to its students, preparing them for success in today’s competitive job market.
Pulley holds a B.S. in Human Services from the Metropolitan State College of Denver, awarded in 2001.
The Institute of Business and Medical Careers offers Certificate, Diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degrees in Business, Healthcare, Massage Therapy and Legal Studies, with Colorado college campuses in Fort Collins, Greeley, and Longmont, and a Wyoming campus in Cheyenne.
For more information about accredited programs and accelerated career-training courses at the Fort Collins IBMC campus, call (970) 223-2669 or visit www.ibmc.edu.