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7/14/14 Hospital Volunteers Award Scholarship
7/3/14 Retirement Party
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July 17, 2014

GEARing UP to Drive…

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Twenty-one students from area high schools completed a summer Driver’s Education Academy through Seminole State College ‘s GEAR UP program.  The academy was conducted with the use of a courtesy vehicle provided by Seminole Ford.  The Seminole State College GEAR UP partnership grant provides funds and support to fifteen schools in five counties: Asher, Bowlegs, Butner, Davenport, Earlsboro, Holdenville, Konawa, Maud, Paden, Prague, Sasakwa, Seminole, Strother, Varnum and Wetumka.  The goal of the program is to help eighth and ninth grade students prepare for educational opportunities beyond high school.

 

 

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July 14, 2014

Hospital Volunteers Award Scholarship

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Pictured with Wilson (center) are hospital volunteers Julie Ewert (left) and Pat Atyia (right). 

Seminole State College Medical Laboratory Technology student Becky Wilson was recently awarded a scholarship from Integris Seminole Medical Center Volunteer Services. Wilson, of Seminole, is completing requirements for an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. 

She is currently participating in a clinical internship at Integris Seminole Medical Center laboratory under the supervision of lab manager, and SSC MLT Program graduate, Ray North.  The scholarship is presented through the generosity of the volunteers at Integris Seminole Medical Center. 

For more information about the Medical Laboratory Technology Program at Seminole State College, contact Malinda Browning, MLT Program Director at m.browning@sscok.edu or (405)382-9286.

 

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July 3, 2014

Retirement Party

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Over 130 friends and colleagues of Seminole State College employees Mona Griffin, Becky Moreland, Janet Waddell and Jeanie Nix gathered in the Haney Center on campus last week to honor the four ladies’ retirement.  During the celebration, they were presented SSC canvas sports chairs to enjoy as they spend time watching grandkids’ activities in their retirement.  Griffin was Head Cashier at the College, Moreland served as Communications Clerk, Waddell was an Admissions Clerk and Nix was Director of Financial Aid.  All four retirees are members of the Seminole community.

retiree in front of chiars