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Phlebotomist Schools, Training and Scholarships

Why do students pursue phlebotomist schools and scholarships?

Imagine America provides career college scholarships for phlebotomist students who attend our participating phlebotomist schools. We understand that the field of health care is predicted to grow for decades to come, which means career opportunities in this field are predicted to grow as well. Students who complete health care-related programs can pursue entry-level jobs in a variety of work environments. If you’re trying to figure out how you can get your foot in the door of a growing field, continue reading.

Or if you’ve already decided the health care field is right for you, and you’re ready to start comparing local programs, simply use our interactive map to choose your state. Once you narrow your options, you can easily request information from each school that interests you. After that, download the Imagine America mobile app and start your scholarship application. It could be worth up to $1,000 toward your tuition and fees at qualifying schools.

 

 

ETI TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF NILES
2076 Youngstown Warren Road, Niles, OH 44446

  • Phlebotomy

 

NORTHWEST CAREER COLLEGE
7398 Smoke Ranch Road, Las Vegas, NV 89128

  • Phlebotomy

 

What to expect in phlebotomist training programs

Phlebotomists draw blood from patients that laboratories or health care facilities will use for a variety of purposes. These professionals may also have other tasks associated with their work, including explaining procedures to patients. They may also help if a patient has an issue with their procedure, such as a negative reaction.

What many students enjoy about these types of training programs is the short time period that’s required to complete them — sometimes as few as three months, while others may take a little longer. That’s why it’s important to compare as many programs as you can before you decide. You want to make sure the program you choose is the best fit for you and your particular situation.

Phlebotomist salary potential and job growth

There’s good reason to feel positive about the future if you want to become a phlebotomist. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the need for phlebotomists is expected to grow 25 percent between 2014 and 2024. That’s much faster than the national average of 7 percent. The average median wage for phlebotomists in 2016 was $32,710.

How to pursue phlebotomist schools and scholarships

Are you ready to explore your options for phlebotomist schools? Use our handy listing to request information from local schools. And remember to check out our career college education scholarships that you can apply toward qualifying phlebotomist training!

 

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