A wise person once said, "The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle."
At Dental Assisting 101, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to enjoy a career doing what they love. Unfortunately, many men and women in Georgia settle for soulless, thankless jobs with no upward mobility. If you are stuck in a job just to pay the bills, your opportunity to make a change and build a better life is here.
Unlike traditional colleges, we offer our students an expedited pathway to success through a hands-on educational approach where students learn by doing. One of the best ways to secure your future and set yourself up for success is to learn from the best. That's exactly what you'll get when you enroll in our dental assisting school in Johns Creek, GA. We pride ourselves on having one of the most effective dental assisting courses in the state, where most students find a position within 60 days of graduation.
When it comes to decisions, choosing a new career path is one of the most important of your life. It's not an easy choice, and it can be even harder to juggle your current responsibilities while you study and attend class. That is why we offer both in-person and online course structures, focusing on teaching practical skills that you will use every day as a dental assistant. When you choose Assisting 101, you can rest easy knowing you won't spend valuable time trying to discern complicated lectures or irrelevant tasks. Instead, you will learn crucial skills that will set you apart from your peers and help you begin a new life-changing career in the dental industry.
When you enroll in our dental assisting school, you will reap the benefits of:
At Assisting 101, students have their choice of two unique dental assisting programs in Johns Creek. Both programs consist of 78 hours of lecture and 48 hours of in-depth, hands-on training at one of the best dental offices in metro Atlanta. Both programs allow students to build a career in dentistry with the help of real dentists and dental assistants.
Our on-site dental assisting program is perfect for students who do not have to travel long distances to our facility or need to "rush" to complete the course.Learn More
Our online program is ideal for those students that like to complete training at their own pace. If you are an eager student willing to study every day and want to complete this program in as little as one month, you can do so. However, if you would like to take more time to manage other life responsibilities, you have the choice of completing this course in less than six months.
Our on-site dental assisting program is perfect for students who do not have to travel long distances to our facility or need to "rush" to complete the course.
According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of dental assistants is expected to grow 11% over the next 10 years - faster than the average job growth of many other industries. New and ongoing evidence suggests an important link between a person's overall health and their oral health. Because of this, demand for dental-related services is expected to stay strong for years to come. Dental offices in Georgia and other states must meet this projected demand. As such, the need for trained dental assistants will continue to grow.
As Baby Boomers grow older and as more men and women practice good oral hygiene, the need to treat and maintain one's teeth will lead to an increased need for quality dental care. Over the next decade, the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that nearly 24,000 new dental assisting jobs will be created. That means the future is bright for any student who has been educated through our dental assisting courses in Johns Creek.
As a professional dental assistant, you will be tasked with managing a wide range of administrative and clinical responsibilities at a dental office. Dental assistants play a crucial role in the day-to-day workflow involved in a dental practice. They work alongside hygienists and dentists to provide patients with the highest quality oral care in the state of Georgia.
They say the best way to predict the future is to create it, and that is exactly what you will be doing when you enroll at Assisting 101. We believe in getting our students ready for a lifelong career, not just a job that pays the bills. When you attend our award-winning dental assisting school, you are investing in a future rich with opportunity.
Unlike other workers who choose not to attend school for legitimate training, our students enjoy a quick start in a vibrant job market where financial and personal growth are common. When you become a dental assistant after graduation, you will have confidence knowing you are well-prepared for a life-changing career.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported that job growth for dental assistants is growing at a faster rate than most other industries. This bodes well for our students, who will have job security as they navigate the workforce. In a time where many jobs are being replaced by robotics and other technological advances, the skills that you learn at Assisting 101 can help you for the rest of your life.
The work/life balance in the U.S is a problem. Spending every waking hour at the office instead of home with family can be draining at best and depressing at worst. Unlike other professionals, dental assistants typically enjoy normal working hours during the business week. That means they have more free time to dedicate to their children and families.
When you are a dental assistant, you plan a crucial role in your dental office. But as an ambassador of the profession, you also help educate patients about the benefits of good oral hygiene. Given the ties between heart health and oral health, you are making more of a difference than you might realize.
When students graduate from Assisting 101 and accept a job as a dental assistant, many choose to make it their lifelong career. For others, the role of dental assistant is just the beginning - a steppingstone to a role with more responsibility. After only a few years as a dental assistant in Johns Creek, the chance to become a manager or supervisor will become much more likely. The sky is the limit!
Assisting 101 was founded on the concept of helping individuals through our unique and enhanced training programs to achieve a more rewarding career in a professional environment. If you're fed up with being fed up and are ready to start fresh with a clean slate, contact us today at (678) 888-5198. We would be happy to tell you more about our school, our courses, and our class schedule. If you're craving a happy career and happy life, the time for a change is now.Call Us 678-888-5198
Fulton County joins Governor Brian P. Kemp in announcing that Boston Scientific, a leading manufacturer of medical devices used in interventional medical specialties, will construct a new manufacturing and supply chain facility in Johns Creek. The $62.5 million investment is expected to bring roughly 340 new jobs to Fulton County over the next seven years.“This is great news and demonstrates that Fulton County continues to be a leader in cutting edge industries like life-science and technology,” said Robb Pitts, Chairman o...
Fulton County joins Governor Brian P. Kemp in announcing that Boston Scientific, a leading manufacturer of medical devices used in interventional medical specialties, will construct a new manufacturing and supply chain facility in Johns Creek. The $62.5 million investment is expected to bring roughly 340 new jobs to Fulton County over the next seven years.
“This is great news and demonstrates that Fulton County continues to be a leader in cutting edge industries like life-science and technology,” said Robb Pitts, Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. “We have built a diverse and vibrant community that attracts investment from around the world to access our one of a kind quality workforce.”
In 2016, Boston Scientific purchased EndoChoice, based in North Fulton. Boston Scientific employs more than 41,000 individuals globally. Its new facility will be located at 11350 Johns Creek Parkway in Johns Creek at the previous State Farm campus.
“This is an important project for Fulton County and Johns Creek,” said Liz Hausmann, Economic Development sponsor for the Board of Commissioners. “This substantial investment will serve as a key anchor for the new Johns Creek Town Center by creating high-paying jobs and new opportunities for our residents.”
Fulton County has been a hub for life science in Georgia and the southeast. Brand names like Alcon, the world’s largest contact lens manufacturer, have invested over $650 million over the last decade. Change Healthcare, one of the world’s largest health information technology companies has almost 1,000 employees across Fulton.
"Today’s announcement is a game changer for Fulton County, adding such a world class brand like Boston Scientific to our life science ecosystem," said Marty Turpeau, Chairman of the Development Authority of Fulton County. "We work hard as an Authority to strategically use our tools to help our cities grow through new investment and job creation, and today is the result of that work."
Director of Economic Development Samir Abdullahi represented Fulton County and Select Fulton, the county’s economic and workforce development initiative, on this competitive project in partnership with the City of Johns Creek, the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Development Authority of Fulton County, the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and Georgia Power.
According to JLL, a global real estate firm, Fulton County and the Atlanta region ranked in the top 10 emerging life science markets nationally in 2020 under their Emerging Life Sciences Market Index.
Listen To This PostToro Development Company, an Atlanta-based real estate development firm, recently announced the name, renderings and team behind its 43-acre mixed-use development proposed for Johns Creek.Dubbed “Medley” for its “variety of flavor...
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Toro Development Company, an Atlanta-based real estate development firm, recently announced the name, renderings and team behind its 43-acre mixed-use development proposed for Johns Creek.
Dubbed “Medley” for its “variety of flavors, experiences and people, the project is the first to apply for the recently passed TC-X mixed-use ordinance that paves the way for the city’s Town Center Vision and Plan,” according to a press release.
Located at the intersection of Johns Creek Parkway and McGinnis Ferry Road, Medley aims to kickstart the 192-acre Town Center as an “eatertainment” destination that brings the Johns Creek community together and creates a “Third Place” for people to gather outside their homes (first place) and the traditional office (second place).
“We are working in lockstep with the city and following their road map for the Town Center Vision and Plan,” John Kelley, partner at TDC, said in the release. “Our project as well as the greater Town Center will be transformative for Johns Creek residents and create the best parts of urban living in a suburban setting – walkability, great restaurants and entertainment, a high-energy place to go and just be around others in the community.”
The plan for Medley calls for 200,000 square feet of space for retail, restaurants and entertainment concepts, 900 residential units, which includes a mix of townhomes and luxury multifamily homes, and 110,000 square feet of office space.
“Our strategy is to develop a highly programmed street-level experience with residences above that bring feet to the street and invite human energy 18 hours a day, 7 days a week,” Mark Toro, principal and chief vision officer at TDC, saidn. “We will host more than 100 community events per year and recruit a mix of restaurants, fitness and entertainment concepts that know how to provide exceptional guest experiences that spill into the sidewalks, plazas and gathering areas. This will be a place where people come to do life together, and we are carefully planning every detail of this development so that it uniquely caters to the community of Johns Creek.”
To execute the vision for Medley, TDC has established a team including Franklin Street Senior Director Len Erickson, a veteran mixed-use/retail real estate advisor, and Senior Associate Kaitlyn Theriot, who will lead retail leasing; Stream Managing Director Bryan Heller and Vice President Billy Graddy, who will lead office leasing; architect Nelson Worldwide; engineering firm Kimley-Horn; and landscape architect Site Solutions.
In addition to Toro and Kelley, TDC is run by Richard Munger, Vicky Boyce, and Carla Cox. While working together at North American Properties Atlanta, the team led the “turnaround” of Atlantic Station, the ground-up development of Avalon, and the redevelopment of Colony Square.
Entitled "Resilient Spirit, Resounding Season" in Honor of North Georgia's Perseverance JOHNS CREEK, GA --Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, a professional symphonic orchestra credited for bringing the highest level of musical arts to North Georgia, is proud to announce its upcoming 2022-23 concert series entitled Resilient Spirit, Resounding Season.While emerging from the challenges of the pandemic, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra ...
JOHNS CREEK, GA --Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, a professional symphonic orchestra credited for bringing the highest level of musical arts to North Georgia, is proud to announce its upcoming 2022-23 concert series entitled Resilient Spirit, Resounding Season.
While emerging from the challenges of the pandemic, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra was moved by the diverse ages of concert goers, generous investments from new area donors and unwavering musical appreciation from audiences near and far. As a result, the orchestra has rebranded to better represent and amplify North Georgia’s enduring culture of tenacity, unity and strength.
Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra’s 2022-23 Season schedule includes:
“Our diverse audiences are cultured patrons of the arts who understand the inspirational power of the human spirit,” said Linda Brill, Executive Director of the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra. “We wanted our new brand and the forthcoming concert series to reflect that understanding in a new and timeless fashion,” she added.
Over the years, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra has become an advocate and integral part of the musical and performing arts scene in North Georgia. The new brand and concert season is aligned to the community’s fervor for the arts, and Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra’s 16th concert season is expected to break attendance records.
Subscriptions for the new season range from $55-$120, and single tickets will range from $7.50 to $47. To buy individual concert tickets, purchase season passes, or explore sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.johnscreeksymphony.org or call 678.748.5802.
ABOUT JOHNS CREEK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Founder and Music Director J. Wayne Baughman, provides world class musical enrichment for the community of Johns Creek through a three-concert series of performances, as well as additional educational programs and special events each year. Now in its sixteenth season, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional symphonic orchestra composed of professional musicians from all over the greater metro Atlanta area. To learn more about Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, please visit https://www.johnscreeksymphony.org
Clemson played host this past weekend to a junior Peach State wide receiver who’s on the Tigers’ recruiting radar.Johns Creek (Ga.) High School’s Kyle Vaka, a class of 2024 prospect, made an unofficial visit to Death Valley for the Louisiana Tech game on Saturday night.“The visit to Clemson was unbelievable,” he told The Clemson Insider. “The atmosphere was unbelievable. I knew going in I was excited about the LED lights and the new scoreboard and just seeing it at a night game, and I was not...
Clemson played host this past weekend to a junior Peach State wide receiver who’s on the Tigers’ recruiting radar.
Johns Creek (Ga.) High School’s Kyle Vaka, a class of 2024 prospect, made an unofficial visit to Death Valley for the Louisiana Tech game on Saturday night.
“The visit to Clemson was unbelievable,” he told The Clemson Insider. “The atmosphere was unbelievable. I knew going in I was excited about the LED lights and the new scoreboard and just seeing it at a night game, and I was not disappointed. The crowd was incredible. The lights, the scoreboard, the entrance – everything was electric and a really incredible and a great experience.”
One part of the experience that Vaka especially enjoyed was standing on the sideline during pregame warmups and seeing Clemson’s receivers run routes prior to the Tigers’ eventual 48-20 victory over the Bulldogs.
“I love watching the warmups on the sideline and seeing especially the wide receiver room and those guys run routes,” he said. “It kind of gives me an idea of how much harder I need to work and where I need to be, where I need to get to. It’s really motivating, and I love watching those guys and learning from them.”
While on campus, Vaka had the chance to spend time with offensive player development coach Tajh Boyd, as well as socialize with receivers coach Tyler Grisham over a meal.
“Coach Grisham, he ate dinner with my dad and I, and we had some great conversations about not only football but what’s important in life – relationships, God, values and just building your life around that,” Vaka said. “So, Coach Grisham’s a really good coach. He’s a really good dude as well, and you can see that through the conversations he has with the recruits, with the players – not even just talking about football but about life and what’s important in life.”
Vaka added that he feels his relationship with Grisham “definitely” grew stronger during Saturday’s visit.
“Got to spend some quality time with him at dinner, and that was really enjoyable,” he said. “I’m going to continue to grow that relationship, and just excited.”
Vaka has traveled to Tiger Town a bunch of times. He made his way to campus for a couple of games last season, went to this year’s spring game in April and participated in the Dabo Swinney Camp this summer for the second year in a row – not to mention a couple of other trips he has made to visit his sister, who actually attends Clemson.
Did Vaka’s latest visit give him a better feel for where he stands with the Tigers at this point in the recruiting process?
“Definitely,” he said. “I still have the same goals in mind that I set out before my junior year. I’ve got to put on a great junior year on tape. I’ve got to perform this year. I’m going to get back up to camp next summer. I’m going to visit again definitely this year and definitely in the spring. So, I’m just going to keep the process going, keep the relationship going, and I’m excited.”
Speaking of Vaka’s junior campaign, he’s said “it’s going great” for him personally so far. Through four games, he has recorded 13 receptions for 275 yards and two touchdowns.
Vaka sees himself as a versatile receiver who can line up anywhere on the field, whether it be in the slot or on the outside.
“I think I run really good routes, and I catch the ball really well,” he said. “So, I feel like you can put me anywhere and I can succeed, do whatever you need me to do – blocking, whatever it is. So, just anywhere – slot, outside – I feel like I’m versatile.”
Prior to Saturday’s Clemson visit, Vaka went to Vanderbilt a week earlier for its game vs. Wake Forest.
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DAVIE-- For the first 30 minutes of their season opening 33-14 win, Western High School’s highly-rated offense looked every bit as good as advertised. The Wildcats, playing on a national stage at home against Johns Creek High School of Georgia, jumped out to a 33-0 lead at halftime and that turned out to be all they needed.The game was a part of the Broward County High School Football National Showcase taking place this weekend, and Western displayed why they are considered one of the best teams in the area, with senior quarterb...
DAVIE-- For the first 30 minutes of their season opening 33-14 win, Western High School’s highly-rated offense looked every bit as good as advertised. The Wildcats, playing on a national stage at home against Johns Creek High School of Georgia, jumped out to a 33-0 lead at halftime and that turned out to be all they needed.
The game was a part of the Broward County High School Football National Showcase taking place this weekend, and Western displayed why they are considered one of the best teams in the area, with senior quarterback Collin Hurst putting on an absolute clinic.
Hurst had 215 of his 268 passing yards over the first two quarters to go along with three touchdowns, taking his career total to 69. He hit seven different receivers and kept the Gladiators’ defense off-balance by adding 41 yards with his legs.
To put into perspective just how dominant Western was, it scored on all of its five offensive possessions and had more touchdowns than Johns Creek had first downs in the first half.
“We prepared tremendously,” Hurst said following the win. “We were excited for this game, knowing it was on a national stage, national level and everything, getting attention from all over. So, we really dialed in in practice and really just put our best foot forward.”
It wasn’t just Hurst however that had an electric performance. All of Western’s stars, young and old made an impact in their hot start to the season. Senior receiver Santana Fleming finished with six receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown and the running back duo of senior Matt Wilson and sophomore Chance Washington combined for 95 rushing yards and a touchdown.
After their impressive start to the game, Western looked to put the finishing touches on things as they drove deep into Johns Creek territory.
Wilson took a handoff and dove for the end zone, fumbling the ball, which was recovered by the Gladiators. After that it was a much more labored effort from the Wildcats who were shut out the rest of the night and even failed to punch it in on their lone other red-zone drive of the half.
Meanwhile, Johns Creek continued to fight and earned themselves two touchdowns courtesy of a 2-yard rush by senior running back Harrison Smith and a 40-yard reception by junior wideout Taz Smith.
“It’s frustrating, I’m not gonna sugarcoat it,” Western head coach Adam Ratkevich said of his team’s play in the second half. “I mean the game plan was only to go out with one more series with Collin and then clear the bench and get the backups in. If we don’t fumble in the end zone there we clear the bench and we get all the twos in, right? But we didn’t do that and we came back out and we had another frustrating drive with some drops. At the end of the day. those guys played hard, they didn’t quit, hats off to them for that and like I said we got some things to tighten up.”
Despite the late-game struggles, Ratkevich knows the most important thing about Thursday night was notching the Wildcats’ first win of a challenging season that has state-championship aspirations, which they did, at times in brilliant fashion.
While the style points weren’t there for the full 60 minutes, a win on a national stage sets the tone for the program, who will look to build upon this momentum going into their upcoming matchup against Coconut Creek on Sept. 9 and a meeting with St. Thomas Aquinas to follow.
“The bottom line is that I’d rather have an ugly win than a pretty loss any day,” Ratkevich said. “And I’d rather be correcting mistakes from the standpoint of a 33-14 victory. So, we got some things to fix to be exactly who we want to be, but at the end of the day I’ll take it. I think we represented Broward County and the state of Florida well.”