Surgical Tech Schools in Massachusetts

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Surgical Tech Schools in Massachusetts offering certificate lengths of less than two years:

SchoolCityRecent Annual Graduates
Bunker Hill Community CollegeBoston27
Charles H McCann Technical SchoolNorth Adams3
Massachusetts Bay Community CollegeWellesley Hills43
North Shore Community CollegeDanvers11
Quincy CollegeQuincy10
Quinsigamond Community CollegeWorcester7

Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)

SchoolAvg. Net PricePrice RangeDaycareWeekendsSome Online
Bunker Hill Community College7,2516,927 - 12,119YesYesYes
Charles H McCann Technical School7,9157,850 - 8,012---
Massachusetts Bay Community College11,79410,829 - 16,063-YesYes
North Shore Community College8,3817,345 - 12,408-YesYes
Quincy College11,52510,813 - 15,981-YesYes
Quinsigamond Community College6,2905,000 - 10,406YesYesYes

Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?

"I chose this school because it was close to home and it offered night classes. I do not think I made the right decision because I was unable to find a job in the field."
"This college provided both a convenience in location and advancement with in-depth study. Compared to other colleges/universities, it made more sense to choose Southeast."

What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?

"I was surprised at how much this school promised to assist in job placement and at how expensive the tuition was. I really would have been better off getting a degree from a more promising school."
"I was surprised at how much this school promised to assist in job placement and at how expensive the tuition was. I really would have been better off getting a degree from a more promising school."
"I was surprised by the dedication the professors had to the subject and to the students learning the subject."

How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?

"It was very difficult to land a job in this field. The reason behind that is because the jobs that were available they required a few years experience."
"After submitting several applications and sitting for the interviews, I have to say that the job hunting experience was actually disheartening at first. At the time, the local hospital was not hiring, nor was the next closest. I had considered taking time off to pursue a different career path when I got a call-back about an assissting surgical position at my first hospital of choice. I didn't start at full time, but was too happy to have a job in my chosen field that I didn't fret over the hours or pay."