In 1969, J. M. Ross opens a school in Flint, Michigan under the name Learning Foundations to provide after- school academic instruction to K-12 students. By 1971, Mr. Ross has opened six additional schools. The name of the company changes to Ross Learning, Inc., and the focus shifts to providing prevocational training services to adults. In 1973, Ross Learning, Inc. is purchased by Howard J. Hulsman, and the Ross organization begins its evolution into career training centers. A year later, Ross introduces selective medical career training in its schools. In 1976, Ross opens the more comprehensive instructional services of the Ross Medical Education Centers.
Ross has 23 campuses in 5 states. Learn more about our campuses in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky.
These are the positions we need to fill ASAP!
Career Development Coordinator – Granger, IN
Career Development Coordinator – Roosevelt Park, MI
Beth Stroh, Jen Sater and Stacey Clark, Medical Assisting instructors at Ross Medical Education Center in Port Huron,were recently named Allied Health Instructors by the American Medical Technologists. AMT awards ...