Sean Gallant came to New Hampshire Job Corps on October 6, 2015 with our second group of students. Sean enrolled in our Medical Administrative Assistant program, and excelled. The self-paced nature of our programs enabled Sean to work efficiently and rapidly through all of the requirements of his trade.
Sean is our very first Job Corps graduate. It has been a pleasure to have him here and he will be greatly missed by the staff as well as his peers. Sean reflected on his time here below:
Q: What is the most valuable thing you learned at NHJCC?
I learned to be dedicated to your work and to kind of prioritize what you need to do, what’s less important.
Q: What was your biggest challenge?
My biggest challenge was adapting to the Job Corp way of life.
Q: What advice would you give to future students?
I would say, since it is self-paced, come here to get your trade done, take care of business and get out.
Q: If there was anyone you’d like to thank, who would it be and why?
I have a bunch of people I would like to thank, but probably the most important person who has helped me the most would be Mrs. LeRiche. Because she’s went above and beyond for me and she’s allowed me to kind of succeed the way that I want to succeed in a lot of ways. As in she didn’t hold me back at all, she supported me in being able to graduate in a time that I really wanted to.
Q: What do you plan on doing next?
I just want to finish college and get my degree and then finally get a job in the medical field.
Great work, Sean!