Archive for February 2018
We have had another graduation at Texas Academy of Dental Assisting and we are lucky to have so many stand-out dental assistant graduates. We are proud of all of our students and wish them the best. Now you are part of an exciting dental assistant field so way to go everyone!!
Our hats are off to our graduate student Andrea Stout. Andrea used to work at YMCA getting people in shape and now she is transferring those skills working as a RDA for family dentistry getting patients “smiles” in shape. Wishing you the best Andrea!! Our whole team at Texas Academy of Dental Assisting is very proud of you!!!
Texas Academy of Dental Assisting could not be more proud of another of our dental assistant graduates – Tammara Tatum. She used to put smiles on her customers face when she delivered delicious Smash Burgers to their tables, but now….she is putting smiles on her patients face by helping improve their own smile. Congratulations Tammara for landing your first job with a general dentist office that performs both… general dentistry and orthodontics. Your smile is contagious and I know you will pass it on. Good luck in your new career!!!
A huge shout out for our graduate student Brianna Dillon. Brianna came to us a shift manager for Taco Bueno but….no more Bueno. She has landed her new career in general dentistry. Our whole team at Texas Academy of Dental Assisting is super excited for Brianna and we know that her future is very bright. Wear those sunglasses girl because you are going places!!! Please keep in touch!!!
Texas Academy of Dental Assisting wants to salute Brooke Jimenez. Brooke came to us with a strong desire to get into the dental field because she herself had encountered much dental work in her past. She wanted to make a difference and wanted to be able to change smiles for the better. She was very driven and her efforts paid off because she secured her job in family dentistry BEFORE she graduated from our program. Congratulations Brooke. We miss you!!
Texas Academy of Dental Assisting wants to congratulate our dental assistant graduates, Shelbi Barricelli. She secured her job BEFORE she graduated from our program and that truly did not surprise us. Shelbi was smart, focused and had a great attitude. We recognized one of Shelbi’s strengths was compassion. Her former job was working at an animal clinic. Now she is transforming her skill set to Endodontics. Shelbi we are so proud of you and miss you. Good luck in your new career!!!
Want to be like these ladies and join a recession proof career? If so, then take advantage of this opportunity and get a spot in our next Dental Assisting class while there is still room… Email or call us today!
Dr. Richard McDonald