Assigning clinical sites is at the discretion of the instructor. Toward the end of the first eight weeks, you will be given a chance to express your clinical site preferences and information about your individual needs. The instructor will consider the information you have provided when assigning clinical sites.
Yes, there are many job opportunities in phlebotomy. To obtain your first position, some flexibility may be required, for example part-time or weekend work. There are many job openings available to the new graduate and once you have additional job experience.
No, but you will be eligible to become certified after you graduate. The certificate you receive from Wake Tech will mean you are eligible to take any of the national phlebotomy certification exams that you choose, including the ones given by the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Your Wake Tech instructor will direct you through the application process. The cost to take the PBT(ASCP) exam is $125.