HOUSTON, Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As Career Point College immediately discontinued operation in San Antonio and Austin, The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) has begun assisting displaced students continue their education, career training, and job placement aspirations.
CHCP has made staff available to discuss those student's
Our staff is standing by to discuss Career Point and other school credit transfers, scholarships, and grants to help with the transition to our school even if students have exhausted their financial aid.
CHCP is a stable, established, Texas based allied health care career college that was founded in a Texas Medical Center, and been in operation for over 25 years. CHCP has campuses in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, McAllen, Fort Worth, and Dallas as well as online programs.
"Our goal is to help these aspiring Career Point professionals to still find the career of their life with minimal time lost," said Eric Bing, CEO of The College of Health Care Professions.
CHCP offers a full range of student services including job placement assistance with our statewide career services network and relationships with over 1,000 employers in Texas.
Career Point students in the Austin and San Antonio area can reach CHCP San Antonio and Austin by phone, or at the below addresses:
Kelly DeMars The College of Health Care Professions- Austin Campus 6505 Airport Blvd. Austin, TX 78752 (512) 892-2835
Irene Carlson The College of Health Care Professions- San Antonio Campus 4738 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 298-3600
For more information on CHCP, please visit http://www.chcp.edu or connect with CHCP on Twitter Facebook.
Stephen Horn, Vice President of Marketing (832)333-9025 firstname.lastname@example.org
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SOURCE The College of Health Care Professions
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