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Explore the nursing and healthcare professions at Lorain County Community College with Dr. Lisa Augustine and Dr. Hope Moon. Dr. Augustine is interim Dean for the Health and Wellness Sciences division at LCCC. Dr. Moon is Professor of Nursing and Coordinator of the Lorain County Community College and Bowling Green State University Partnership at LCCC. In this podcast we give a general overview of the many short term and longer term healthcare certificates and majors available to students on the LCCC campus and beyond to include: Preventative Care: * Activities Director * Personal Trainer * Wellness and Group Instructor * Sports/Fitness Management Diagnosticians: * Clinical Laboratory Science * Radiologic Technology (Xray) * Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) Direct Care Givers: * State Tested Nursing Assistant * Emergency Medical Technician * Paramedic * Phlebotomy * Paramedics * Dental Hygiene * Occupational Therapy Assistant * Physical Therapist Assistant * Licensed Practical Nursing * Registered Nursing
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Thinking about a degree in Accounting? Do you love puzzles, numbers and a challenge? Listen to my interview with Professor Claudia Lubaski, LCCC academic advisor, Laurie Gibbs and recent graduate, Erika Leimbach. Learn about Accounting as a profession, what it takes to succeed as well as tips on how to get started. We also discuss what classes to take as well as ways to pass the classes , complete the degree and how one former LCCC student is preparing to become a CPA, Certified Public Accountant.
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Are you an older adult looking to return to school? Debbie Wood and Sarah Nau discuss returning to school as adult learners. As financial aid specialists at LCCC, both Debbie and Sarah share how they help students with questions regarding the application and disbursement of financial aid scholarships, grants and loans. We also highlight the Incentive Award offered to non-traditional students who are interested in completing 6 or more credits at LCCC. For this award you must be a veteran, or are over 24 years old, or support a child. For more information regarding this award contact financial aid at 440-366-4034 and ask about the Incentive Award.
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Get to know Marisa Vernon White, who serves as Associate Provost of Lorain County Community College. On August 7, 2019, Marisa spoke about her goal of creating environments on the LCCC campus that help students overcome economic, personal, and academic barriers as they pursue their dreams. We also discussed services and strategies for traditional and non-traditional students looking to complete a degree and pursue a career that’s right for them. PDF Transcript
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Meet Zarai Aguino, an 18 year old LCCC student who survived a hurricane and is committed to completing her degree, debt free at Lorain County Community College. She and her advisor, Whitney Hougland, discuss the SAIL program designed for Pell grant recipients who have completed 24 credits or less and can carry 12 or more credits more during a regular semester. For more information call Matthew Mercado at email@example.com or 440-366-7320.
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Are you undecided or open to various career options? Career Specialists, Sarah Hudson and Sarah Hyde-Pinner, speak about internship and career exploration services offered through Career Services of Lorain County Community College. For more information regarding internship, experiential learning, career services or appointments call (440) 366-4076.
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Is becoming a preschool teacher right for you? Megan Stevens talks about her work as a preschool teacher at the Goddard school in Avon Lake, Ohio. Her employer, Eric Baker, also discusses what he looks for when he hires an educator. For more information about becoming a teacher through LCCC call 440-366-4033 for an appointment today.