MedCerts and Excelsior College Open the Door to Career Success

Career training leader and online college combine credits with credentials for career advancement

MedCerts, a leader in online healthcare and IT certification training, and Excelsior College are providing a path to higher education and career advancement for thousands of students nationwide. Through the first academic partnership of its kind for MedCerts—a Stride, Inc. company—students and alumni can apply their completed courses to up to nine transferable credit hours in a number of Excelsior College’s degree programs, including Associate in Science in Liberal Arts or Health Sciences and Bachelor of Sciences in Health Sciences or Health Care Management.

“We are excited to welcome MedCerts alumni to the Excelsior community”

“By partnering with Excelsior College, MedCerts will lower the barriers to entry for our graduates into continuing education and career growth,” said Jason Aubrey, CEO of MedCerts. “This partnership will build on our legacy of transforming the career trajectories of our students and alumni with an increasingly comprehensive career success platform.”

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MedCerts has helped more than 35,000 students earn credentials for careers in healthcare and IT fields. MedCerts students engage in online, hands-on career training courses to prepare for one of over twenty national certifications. More than 1,000 organizations have hired MedCerts students or are offering training and employment opportunities for employees, including CVS Pharmacy, DaVita Dialysis, Walmart, and the American Red Cross.

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“We are excited to welcome MedCerts alumni to the Excelsior community,” said David Schejbal, President of Excelsior College. “MedCerts students share Excelsior’s commitment to lifelong learning, and we are proud to help them turn their academic achievements and on-the-job experiences into a path for degree completion.”

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