Great Plains provides four career majors in a state-of-the-art educational complex on its campus: Radiologic Technology, Advanced Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology and Practical Nursing.
Students in the Surgical Technology program will spend nine and one-half months working in a self-contained program that will teach them to assist surgeons in the operating room, said Ann Tahah, program director. Sixteen students are selected for the program each year, via a highly competitive placement process that offers excellent job potential upon graduation, Tahah said.
Great Plains Marketing and Communication Director Glen Boyer discusses Great Plains’ Health, I.T. and STEM career majors on KJTL/Fox TV’s “Education That Matters” on July 23, 2013.
You get the call – a job interview is less than a week away. What are some practical ways you can prepare for an interview and increase your chances of landing a job?
Staff Writer, Lawton Constitution
Members of the Great Plains Technology Center’s Economic Development Center will be getting free help with maximizing their use of technology.The center will host a monthly Tech Tuesday for members, starting from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday in the Worley Center on the tech center campus.
Great Plains students will compete in a record number of national CTSO Skills and Leadership competitions this year. Twenty-six students will compete for 28 blue ribbons. Two students, Michael Ball and Blake Bender, each won two first place state CTSO awards and will represent Oklahoma in two categories. In fact, Michael and Blake have both […]