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Valley Grande Institute’s expansion to Raymondville brings new vocational medical educational programs

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Valley Grande Institute’s expansion to Raymondville is now bringing new vocational medical educational programs to Willacy County, beginning with a Medical Clinical Healthcare Technician Program which started in July of 2015. We formally invite you to our:

VGI Raymondville Campus Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting When: Monday, October 5, 2015 -­‐  10:30 am

Where: EDC Building at 700 FM 3168, Suite #4, Raymondville Texas, 78580

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Expansion Details:

Valley Grande Institute for Academic Studies, in partnership with the City of Raymondville and the Raymondville Economic Development Council, have expanded to bring VGI’s high-­‐quality vocational medical education to downtown Raymondville at a new campus as of July 2015.

Classes began with a 9-­‐month Medical Clinical Healthcare Technician program at Valley Grande Institute’s new Raymondville campus from 9am to 3pm, Monday through Thursday. VGI students and alumni receive immediate job placement services and get hands-­‐on training and experience in professional communication and interview skills. In as little as 9 months, a student with a high school (or GED) education can begin a professional career with high demand and opportunities for advancement.

Individual attention, tutoring, and test preparation tools are provided to VGI students to help them succeed in a supportive learning environment focused on skill mastery and job placement. Willacy County residents interested in starting a career through Valley Grande Institute  may  visit www.vgi.edu, find us on social media at #vgi4life, or ask  for  educational  opportunities  in Raymondville at (956) 205-­‐1633 and speak to one of VGI’s Admissions Representatives.

About Valley Grande Institute

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Valley Grande Institute for Academic Studies, established in 1992, is a non-­‐profit (501c3) healthcare school that serves the Rio Grande Valley’s need for professional education. VGI graduates are supported every step of their journey from student learners to employed healthcare professionals.

Valley Grande Institute Raymondville campus is approved by the Texas  Workforce  Commission Career Schools and Colleges, to award students with certificates in programs such as Medical Clinical Healthcare Technician. For more information on our Raymondville, or Weslaco campus, visit www.vgi.edu or call (956)205-­‐1633.

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