1 Emergency Medical Services Programs RE: Paramedic Program Fall 2018 Dear Prospective Student: Thank you for your interest in the Malcolm X College Paramedic Program. Enclosed is information regarding the application process for the Program starting in the fall semester. The program runs for one year, beginning with the fall 2018 semester and continuing through summer semester Classes traditionally meet on Mondays & Wednesdays from 9:00AM to 2:00PM and on Fridays from 9:30AM to 4:30PM. These days and times are subject to change and do not include Clinical Rotations or Internship Assignments. Please read the following enclosed instructions carefully. The application process first starts with application to Malcolm X College and submission of the Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application. After you have submitted this application to the Admissions Department and received their approval, you can then submit the enclosed supporting documents to the EMS Department. Incomplete or inaccurate applications, or failure to go through the college s selective admissions process will jeopardize your consideration as a candidate for the program. The deadline to submit these supporting documents is Friday, April 27, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please call me at or the EMS office at Sincerely, Susan Santacaterina, RN, MHPE Director, Paramedic Program
2 ********STOP******** The supporting EMS documents enclosed in this packet will be accepted by the EMS office, ONLY AFTER the Selective Admissions Application has been submitted and approved by the college admissions department. This includes having ALL previous college transcripts submitted to Malcolm X College office of the registrar.
3 EMS Program Offices 1900 W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL Office MXC PARAMEDIC PROGRAM Below is an outline and explanation of the enclosed documents: A. MX College application and Paramedic Program Documentation This page reviews: 1) the application process to the college, 2) the submission of the Health Science Selective Admissions Application and 3) then the submission of supporting documents to the EMS Office. B. Supporting documents and forms specific to the Paramedic Program 1. Paramedic Personal Data Form 2. Verification of Field Experience Form 3. Recommendation Forms 4. Certification documents 5. Previous College Experience 6. Program Entrance Exams 7. Personal Statement 8. Checklist C. Additional information: 1. Paramedic Program Description - Program description and admission requirements. 2. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Information regarding program application and estimated cost. 3. EMT Refresher Course This course is OPTIONAL and is available to those students who wish to refresh skills and knowledge prior to sitting for entrance exam. 4. Timeline Dates and deadlines for application process Supporting documents are submitted to: Malcolm X College EMS Department Rm W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL The deadline for return of completed application is: Friday, April 27, 2018 at 12:00 pm
4 COLLEGE APPLICATION AND PARAMEDIC PROGRAM DOCUMENTATION Application to the paramedic program is a two-part process. The first part (explained in section A) is enrollment to the college and submission of the Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application. Since the Paramedic Program is selective admissions, this initial step assures that the candidate meets the minimum requirements for application to the program. The second part (explained in section B) is supporting documents which is submitted after the Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application. A. ENROLLMENT TO THE COLLEGE (this is done online) 1. New students to CCC If you have never enrolled to CCC you need to first, enroll in the college by applying at and click on Apply Now. The prompts will take you through the initial process. You should receive an ID number and a ccc.edu username in hours. 2. Currently and newly enrolled students to CCC Once you have a CCC ID number, you must submit Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application, selecting Paramedic Program, and answer the questions. This process will provide the initial screening to assure you meet the criteria for applying. You can find this form by going to the Paramedic Program website at: Click the link at the right side of the page Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application 3. Receiving an from the admissions department regarding your status Once you have submitted the Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application, your initial application will be reviewed to establish that you meet the minimum criteria for the paramedic program. You should receive an from the admissions department identifying whether or not you meet the minimum criteria; and if so, you can submit your supporting documents to the EMS department as described below. 4. Sending transcripts to the admissions department You will need to submit all transcript from previous colleges attended. Official transcripts must be sent to the registrar s office, 1407; this is usually done electronically. Refer to your sending college website for instructions on sending transcripts. Please note if you have a hold on an account from a college previously attended your transcripts will not be released, and this will jeopardize your chances to complete the initial application process. B. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION FOR THE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM the following are supporting documents which must be completed and submitted into the EMS program office by the published deadline. All applicants must have enrolled in the college and submitted an application to the admissions department prior to submitting the supporting documents described below. 1. Paramedic Program Personal Data Form This form is to be filled out completely and signed. 2. Verification of Field Experience - Return the form completed by your employer validating work experience as an EMT. Work experience as an EMT-B by the start of the program is highly recommended. 3. Recommendation Forms (3) Provide personal and professional recommendations from three different sources. Spouse or family relative cannot submit these recommendations. All recommenders must use the enclosed form. When submitting the completed documents, these recommendation forms should be placed in a sealed envelope with the author s signature written across the seal, and included with the completed application packet. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure all 3 recommendations have been submitted. Fax copies are not accepted.
5 4. Certification documents- Criteria for admissions includes that you must be currently certified as an EMT-B in the State of Illinois. The only exception is for students currently enrolled in spring semester EMT class at Malcolm X College with a grade of B or better is eligible to submit an application with license pending. All applicant must include, with supporting documents, a copy of each of the following: A current Illinois EMT-B license CPR Healthcare Provider card (both sides) An identifiable Driver s License or State I.D. 5. Previous College Experience As stated above in the section above, official transcripts must be submitted to the office of the registrar and the admissions department will review transcript prior to sending out the program application. We ask you to include an unofficial copy of your transcript and previous coursework with your supporting documents. The program requires that you have demonstrated a competency in a college level science course. This course must be college level biology or chemistry, 4-credit hour class with a lab component and successfully completed with a grade of C or better. 6. Program Entrance Exam All candidates must take the paramedic entrance exam. When you submit your application, include your testing date request on the application. You will receive a confirmation by or by phone. The earlier you submit your application, the more likely you will be confirmed for the date you requested. The EMT entrance exam is conducted at the college 1900 W. Jackson Blvd, in rooms designated below. Parking is available in the multi-tiered lot just to the east of the main college building. Test Date Test Time Location Saturday, April 28 9:00am TBA Tuesday, May 1 10:00am TBA Thursday, May 3 4:00pm TBA Wednesday, May 9 10:00am TBA Saturday, May 12 9:00am TBA Monday, May 14 10:00am TBA 1. Include your date request on the checklist that is submitted to EMS Department with supporting documents. 2. Receive confirmation of your requested testing date from the EMS office. 3. Report to designated room at least ten minutes prior to start of the exam. 4. You will be required to present an official, current photo ID to the testing center prior to sitting for exam. Please be prompt, as no one will be allowed into the testing area once the exam begins. If you do not have valid identification, you will not be allowed to sit for the exam. 7. Personal Statement - Each applicant is expected to submit a brief personal statement identifying career goals, how choosing Malcolm X College Paramedic Program fits into those goals, and what attributes you personally can bring that support the mission of the program. The essay should be legible, (typed preferred) and no more than one page in length. 8. Checklist The enclosed checklist should be reviewed for completeness prior to turning the supporting application documents into the EMS office. Be sure to sign the submission consent at the bottom of the checklist and include the checklist with all supporting documents.
6 Malcolm X College One of the City Colleges of Chicago Office of Admissions 1900 W. Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL Paramedic Program Personal Data Form: All applicants must complete and submit the Health Science Program Selective Admissions Application prior to submitting any supporting documents to the EMS Department. Official college transcripts must be sent to MXC Office of the Registrar, Rm Signing this application: Certifies that the facts contained are true and complete to the best of the applicant s knowledge, and understand that falsified statements on this application shall be grounds for dismissal from both the application process and/or the Paramedic Program. For program consideration, all documents must be complete and submitted by 12:00 on Friday, April 27, Personal Information (please print or type) Current MX Student ID Number (REQUIRED) Date of Application Anticipated Start Date Last Name First Name Middle Name Mo. Year Address Address City State Zip code County Home Phone Business Phone Cell. Phone ( ) ( ) ( ) Emergency Contact: Name, Relationship and Phone # Birthdate / / Ethnic Background (optional) African American Asian Caucasian Hispanic Native American other Academic Background: EMT Program Attended City State Dates (from/to) Degree Earned IDPH EMT ID No. Exp. date NREMT ID No. Exp. date Additional Health Care Licenses / Certifications
7 College/University City State Dates (from/to) Degree Earned Health care work experience: Employer Supervisor Address Phone Dates of affiliation (from / to) Type of affiliation (paid or volunteer) Number of hours weekly Duties May we contact your current employer? yes no Reason for leaving Employer or Dept. Volunteer Supervisor Address Phone Dates of affiliation (from / to) Type of affiliation Number of hours weekly Duties Non-health care related work experience Employer Position Dates of Employment 1. Are you willing to submit to: a) Comprehensive medical history and/or exam b) Drug screening c) Testing for communicable diseases d) Immunization (where necessary) e) Background check, and have the results disclosed to the Director, MXC Admission Review Member(s) and Clinical Site Director(s)? Yes No 2. Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Yes No Signature Date
8 MALCOLM X COLLEGE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM VERIFICATION OF FIELD EXPERIENCE This document is to verify that the following applicant: (Applicant s name) has participated in direct patient care, during the following period: (list dates of employment) From (start date) Until (end date or current) During this period, this individual worked an average of hours per week. Name Signature Title Company Phone
9 MALCOLM X COLLEGE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM RECOMMENDATION FORM ***THREE NEEDED*** To the Applicant: Type or print your name in the space provided and give this form to the individual submitting a recommendation on your behalf. These individuals should not be close family members and must have known you for at least 6 months. If possible, utilize your work supervisor, co-worker and/or EMT Instructor/EMS Coordinator. Three (3) recommendation forms are required. The completed forms are to be submitted with application packet in a sealed envelope with signature of the author written across the seal. Applicant: Name: (First) (Middle) (Last) Address: (Street Address) (City/State) (Zip) Telephone Number: (Daytime) (Evening) TO THE RECOMMENDER: The above individual has applied to the Malcolm X College Paramedic Program. In order to give the Admissions Committee a complete profile of the applicant, please answer the following questions. If you have additional information, attach a separate page. Completed recommendations are to be returned to applicant in a sealed envelope with your signature written across the seal. Recommender Information: Name (First) (Middle) (Last) Address (Street Address) (City/State) (Zip) Telephone: (Work) (Cell) (Fax) Institution Title May we contact you if there are any further questions? Yes No 1. How long have you known the applicant and in what capacity?
10 2. Please rate the applicant in the following areas using the grading scale below: A. Excellent B. Good C. Fair D. Poor U. Unknown 1. Academic potential 2. Capacity for logical thinking 3. Ability to work with others 4. Ability to express ideas verbally 5. Ability to express ideas in writing 6. Motivation 7. Judgment 8. Maturity 3. What have you observed to be the applicant s strengths: 4. In what way would he/she be an asset to the EMS community: Recommender s Signature Date
11 Paramedic Program Checklist Please print NAME ID # Make sure to check all of the following, and include this signed checklist with supportive documents: Paramedic Program Personal Data Form The single sheet form was completed, signed and included in the packet of supporting documents. (Reminder: supporting documents will NOT be accepted if application was not first, submitted to the admissions department) COPIES of all transcripts (unofficial) are included in the packet of supporting documents. If you are a current CCC student, print out a copy of your academic history and include it in the packet. Verification of field experience completed and signed Recommendation Forms (3) completed and signed. It is suggested that the recommendation forms be submitted within the packet, and not mailed in separately. Recommendation forms should be place in a sealed envelope with signature of author written across seal. Personal Statement include one-page essay (typed preferred) describing personal career goals, reasons for applying to this program, what makes you a good candidate. Enclosed a current clean copy of your: 1) IDPH EMT-B License; 2) CPR Healthcare Provider Card and 3) Driver s License or State ID Dates requested for entrance exam; 1 st choice 2 nd choice Application checklist completed and signed this checklist with requests for testing dates Signature Date Return all supportive paperwork to: Malcolm X College EMS Program Office Paramedic Program RM W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL By the deadline of FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018 at 12:00PM
12 THE PARAMEDIC PROGRAM INFORMATION Malcolm X College (MXC) offers an educational program for licensed Emergency Medical Technicians looking to expand their career as a Paramedic. This program is administrated through a collaborative effort by Malcolm X College, Chicago Fire Department and the Region XI EMS system Resource Hospitals. The paramedic program is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health, Division of Emergency Medical Services and Highway Safety. This program is accredited by CoAEMSP, Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Profession though Upon successful completion of this program, the student is eligible to take the licensing examination offered by the Illinois Department of Public Health or the National Registry Paramedic Examination. In addition to the Paramedic Core Curriculum, which culminates in an Advanced Certificate, Malcolm X College is one of the few colleges in Illinois to offer an Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in this professional specialty. Completion of the Associate in Applied Science Degree can broaden the student s marketability, as well as provide a strong basis for continued professional learning. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Courses run for three consecutive semesters starting each Fall Semester. Applications are open the previous spring. To be considered for admission the applicant must: Be a high school graduate or GED Certificate holder Be currently licensed by the State of Illinois as an EMT-B (Note students enrolled in a current Spring Semester EMT class who have not completed state exam are not eligible unless currently enrolled in MXC EMT class with a minimum grade of B ). Demonstration of the ability to successfully complete a college level Biology / Chemistry course with a C or better. CCC courses that demonstrate this proficiency include courses BIO 114/115/BIO 121 / BIO 116 / BIO 226 / BIO 227. Have a current CPR healthcare provider card Ambulance experience as an EMT-B (approximately 500 hours) by start of program is strongly recommended. Achieve acceptable scores on admissions examinations Submit, by the deadline, all application paperwork, with transcripts, to the Paramedic Program Director at Malcolm X College The Paramedic Program is a selective enrollment program; selections are made by interview process. Applicant Interviews: Interviews with Chicago EMS Region XI Admissions Committee will be offered to those applicants who have met or exceeded the Malcolm X College Paramedic Program admission requirements and completed all required admission paperwork. Admission paperwork must be submitted no later than the posted due date. Selection factors: Selection of candidates for this program is highly competitive. Selection will be based on: Completion of all application paperwork; Interview results; Academic history/gpa; entrance exam results; EMS work experience; references; and communication skills.
13 Paramedic Core Curriculum The Paramedic Program runs three consecutive semesters starting in the fall of each year. Successful completion of the Paramedic Core Curriculum provides an Advanced Certificate in Paramedic level of training, and eligibility to take the licensing examination offered by the Illinois Department of Public Health or the National Registry. Fall Semester: EMT 221 Essentials of Paramedic Medicine I 9 Credit Hours EMT 222 Paramedic Medicine Practicum I 5 Credit Hours Spring Semester: EMT 223 Essentials of Paramedic Medicine II 9 Credit Hours EMT 224 Paramedic Medicine Practicum II 5 Credit Hours Summer Semester: EMT 227 Paramedic Field Internship 6 Credit Hours Total Credit Hours in Major (Core): 34 Credit Hours Note: The program does not offer advanced placement or transfer of credits from another college for the core curriculum. Associate in Applied Science Degree Requirements for the Associate in Applied Science Degree Paramedic Degree includes a minimum of 61 credit hours with at least 34 hours concentrated in the major (Core). General Education Courses: Course Credit Hours English Credit Hours Biology Credit Hours Sociology Credit Hours Psychology Credit Hours Communications Elective 3 Credit Hours Social Science Electives 4 Credit Hours Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 3 Credit Hours Physical/Life Sciences Elective 4 Credit Hours Total Credit Hours in General Education: 27 Credit Hours Total Credit Hours Required for AAS: 61 Credit Hours For more information call or write: Malcolm X College 1900 W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL EMS Office: Paramedic Program Director, Susan Santacaterina, RN EMT-B Program Director, Rick Bauknecht, EMT-P
14 Frequently Asked Questions: How many candidates typically apply for the MXC program? There are typically two to three applicants for each class seat. I know qualified candidates need to be interviewed, who are the interviewers and how do they make selections? The interviews are conducted by the Region XI program admissions committee which is made up of representatives of: Malcolm X College; Chicago Resource Hospitals; Chicago Fire Department; and a Field Paramedic. The committee will ask questions of the candidate that address, and may not be limited to: qualities such as motivation, maturity, academic capabilities, community commitment; and provide a BLS patient scenario for the applicant to manage. The admission committee will look at all components of the application, including academic history, recommendations, personal statement, test scores, work history and community participation Is there any advantage to taking the EMT class at Malcolm X College? There is some advantage, in that students who are already enrolled at Malcolm X College have their academic history readily available to the committee and do not need to make application to the college. Students from MXC, only, are allowed to sit for an interview with a state license pending (enrolled in the current Spring EMT class). How much ambulance experience do I need? The committee strongly recommends working experience as an EMT-Basic by the start of the program (fall semester). Typically, 500 hours of field experience is preferred. Documented ambulance experience is not required at the time of interview, however given the competitive application process, field experience as an EMT will provide an advantage for the candidate. Are there any science prerequisites? Because the paramedic curriculum is heavily based in science, the candidate must demonstrate the ability to successfully complete a college level science course in Biology or Chemistry. The science courses must be at the college level and be at least 4 credit hours with a lab. Courses offered at CCC which meet this requirement include BIO 116, BIO 121 BIO 226 or 227. If course was taken at another college it is advisable that a copy of the course description be reviewed by the program director to assure it demonstrates this competency. (Note information regarding submitting other university transcripts). What is acceptable score on the entrance exams? The applicant must achieve an acceptable score on the EMT entrance test (multiple choice) to be eligible for interview. Cut-off scores are determined by Admissions committee, dependent on the candidate pool; traditionally a minimum score of 75% has been considered acceptable. First time applicants to the college must take placement exams in reading and math. The EMS Department offers an EMT-B Refresher Course (not mandatory) prior to Paramedic Program Entrance Testing. Are there any other characteristics or qualities that can make my application more competitive? As a community college, we look for candidates that appreciate the college mission and demonstrate service to the community. As a health career program, we seek candidates with career goals of service as a paramedic. When are applications available and when are they supposed to be completed? Applications are typically available early in the spring semester and due in late April. Specific deadlines are clearly stated in the application packet. They can be mailed out, picked up from the EMS Office (Rm.0203), or ed to you. Application packets can be submitted by mail, but because of the sensitivity of the information it is recommended that the packet be hand delivered to the EMS department. I was enrolled previously at another institution where I took Paramedic courses. Will I be able to get credit or advanced placement for those classes? The program does not offer advanced placement for previous certification courses or paramedic classes
15 MALCOLM X COLLEGE Paramedic Program Cost FALL SPRING SUMMER EMT 221 (9 credits) & EMT 222 (5 credits) CCC tuition rate for 14 credit hours* $ Book cost (cost is approximate) Platinum Ed clinical tracking system Background check (cost is approximate) Physical exam & blood work Uniform - pants / polo shirt / patches (cost is approximate) Approximate fall semester cost $ EMT 223 (9 credits) & EMT 224 (5 credits) CCC tuition rate for 14 credit hours* (no anticipated fees for second $ semester) Specialty credentialing ACLS / ITLS / PEPP Approximate spring semester cost $ EMT 227 (6 credits) Internship CCC tuition rate for 6 credit hours* $ Internship Resource Hospital fee Approximate summer semester cost $ Total estimate cost for three semester program $ * note tuition structure from the City Colleges of Chicago home website. Cost for post-course licensing exams STATE IDPH exam registration fee $40.00 NATIONAL NREMT exam registration fee (written) $ NREMT practical exam MX (if offered) $40.00 IMPORTANT: All students are required to carry their own health insurance for the entire duration of the Paramedic Program. The above does not include student health insurance cost.
16 Paramedic Application Timeline Paramedic Application Timeline 2018 February 6 thru April 27th Open Application Paramedic Program applications are available through the MX admissions department by completing Health Science Program selective admissions form. The paramedic application form must be submitted to the MX Admissions Department prior to submitting supporting documents to the EMS Department. Paramedic Program information packet with supporting documents are available from the MXC EMS Department to those candidates who submitted the Health Science Program selective admissions form and were approved to proceed with the department application packet. The department applications can be mailed out, sent electronically, or a hard copy can be picked up from the office Friday, April 27, 12:00 April 30 May 11th May 14 th through Deadline for all supporting documents to be submitted to the college. Supporting documents will not be accepted if an application was not submitted to admissions department. Entrance exam dates are provided in the information packet. Request a testing date with submitted application. The earlier the application is submitted, the more likely you will be confirmed for your requested test date. Letters sent out with results of entrance exams and interview dates. May 18 th June 1 st through Interviews dates with Admissions Committee June 8 th June 11 th through Conditional Acceptance letters sent out June 18 th July 9 th Student confirmations due Week of August 22nd Mandatory One-day orientation Week of August 27th First Day of Fall Semester Class
17 EMT REFRESHER COURSE This 24 hour EMT Refresher Training session is designed to ensure individual competency for the practicing EMT. This course will also give the EMT the opportunity to sharpen their knowledge, skills and review the major concepts and interventions as outlined in the United States, Department of Transportation, Emergency Medical Technician curriculum. It is strongly suggested that students review their current EMT textbook prior to class. Full attendance is required to receive the full 24 hour Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits. The course is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and hour for hour CME will be awarded. Class Logistics Dates: Saturday, April 14, 2018 Saturday, April 21, 2018 Saturday, May 12, 2018 Time: Location: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Students will be given breaks. Lunch is on your own. Malcolm X College 1900 West Jackson Chicago, Illinois Room: 7006 Fee: $ Note: Bring your EMT textbook to class Registration: To register for the EMT Refresher Training course, report to the Continuing Education Office in room 0203, Monday thru Thursday 9am to 4:00pm and Friday 9:00am to 12:30pm. Bring a State ID or Illinois Driver s License as proof of residence. After completing the registration form you will be enrolled in the class at which time you will report to the Business Office to pay your $ fee. Registrations will be taken up to and including Friday, April 8, If there are any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the EMS Program Office at
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