Sunday, Nov. 26, 2006 MIDLAND COLLEGE B A C H E LO R O F A P P L I E D T E C H N O LO G Y “Year End Tax Strategy,” a course T HIS W EEK Midland College now offers a Bachelor’s Degree in Late offered by MC’s Business and Economic Development Center, www.midland.edu Technology Management . This program serves qualified applicants begins at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 7. The cost for the course and who have Associate in Applied Science Degrees in selected fields. (432) 685-4500 lunch is $20. For reservations, call www.midland.edu/bachelor (432) 684-4309. New dog runs will help MC 5 earn certificates from Veterinary Technology expand Business Survival Skills The Midland College Veterinary Technology Program is expanding its ability to extend clinical opportunities to T students, work with Midland Animal Control and help he Midland College Business and Economic Development homeless pets find new owners. The program has recent- Center (BEDC) awarded five certificates in the Business ly installed six new dog runs adjacent to the Veterinary Survival Skills Certificate Program for the Fall 2006 Technology Lab. Bought through private donations to the semester. Certificates were awarded to Terrell Burgoon, Michael program, the dog runs will allow the program to increase Chase, Samuel Kelker, Andrew Lyle and Marshall Patton. “Callie” came the number and size of dogs the Veterinary Technology The Business Survival Skills Certificate Program consists of to the Vet Tech students will be able to take care of during the semester. Continuing Education courses designed to improve the manage- program from An open house from 11 a.m.-noon, Tuesday, Nov. 28 Back row: Certificate recipients (l-r) Samuel ment skills of business owners and managers. The program con- Animal will show off the new dog runs (occupied with dogs sists of seven courses offered each semester. Each eight-hour course, Control. She that have already been adopted) and the Veterinary Kelker, Terrell Burgoon (inset), Andrew Lyle, spent several and Marshall Patton with Betsy Seanard is divided into four two-hour classes. A Midland College Continuing Technology Lab facilities. Students and program admin- months in the Education certificate is awarded to anyone completing five or more program istrators will be available to answer questions about the Midland College’s Business and Economic courses. before being program. Veterinary Technology has a partnership with Development Center (BEDC) Associate adopted last Midland Animal Control that allows the program to take Director. Front row: (l-r) BEDC counselor Bob The classes are held at the Midland College Advanced Technology fall. animals housed at Animal Control and get them ready for Lanier, Sylvia Nussbaum, Western National Center (ATC). Western National Bank has joined the Midland adoption. During the animals’ stay at Midland College, Bank Vice President and Midland Hispanic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in providing scholarships for the Veterinary Technology students learn a variety of “hand-on” skills includ- Chamber of Commerce board member, and program. Applications are available at the BEDC at 201 W. Florida ing pharmacology, radiology, nutrition and surgical assisting. Healthy ani- certificate recipient Michael Chase. Street or on the BEDC website at www.midland.edu/bedc. mals are then returned to Midland Animal Control, ready for adoption. Registration for Winter Interim and Spring classes begins Monday, Nov. 27 Midland College registration for Mid-Winter and Spring classes begins Monday, Nov. 27. REMINDER: ALL students registering for classes at Midland You Are Invited to Attend College MUST fill out a new application, which is available online at https://www.midland.edu/admissions/application-form.php. Once the applica- Midland College’s Annual Holiday Evening! tion has been filled out and submitted to Midland College, the student is eligible to register online — www.midland.edu, “Campus Connect” — or in-person in the Student Services area of the Scharbauer Student Center. For information, call (432) 685-4501. Thursday, November 30, 2006 Winter Interim lets students earn three hours 5:15 - 6:45 p.m. E vent! credit over Christmas break Registration begins Monday, Nov. 27 for Midland College’s Winter Interim ses- Two events for your enjoyment! sion, which lets students earn three hours of credit over the Christmas break. The session begins Dec. 18. Registration for the session ends at 9 a.m., Monday, Dec. Frito Pie Chili Supper 18. Subject areas include English, History, Reading, Arts, Government, sponsored by Students in Philanthropy Humanities, Kinesiology, Music, Psychology, Sociology and Spanish. Both online Scharbauer Student Center and classroom courses are offered. For more information, call (432) 685-4501. Christmas at the Dollye Neal Chapel College Survival Seminar addresses college costs Enjoy music by harpist, Reba McHaney, in a candle-lit College costs, scholarships, loans, grants and work study will be the topics of setting filled with holiday cheer. Top it off with hot chocolate Fun Family Midland College’s second “College Survival Seminar” set for 6:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 28 at MC’s Advanced Technology Center on Cuthbert. The session as you walk to the Hodge Carillon Tower Lighting. is open to all high school juniors and seniors and their parents. For more information, call (432) 685-5502. Also, plan on seeing the special holiday decorations at Hall’s Way. ‘Get A Life’ is an evening of career advice 6:45 p.m. Get A Life, an evening of career information at MC’s Advanced Technology Center, will be 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 29. The event is sponsored by the Lighting of the Hodge Carillon Tower Midland Chamber of Commerce. The goal is to inform high school students and Carolling by MC Chap Singers about career options and about the educational requirements needed in high school and college to meet those career goals. For more information, contact 7:00 p.m. Rebecca Bell at (432) 697-5863. Opening Reception for the Fall Student Art Show with a special performance by the Midland College Orchestra Workforce Cont. Ed. sets electrician’s training McCormick Gallery — Allison Fine Arts Building (AFA) The last Mandatory Continuing Education for Electricians course of the year will be offered 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2. Pre-registration is required. To register or for more information, call Sara Lyons at (432) 681-6326 7:20 - 8:45 p.m. (firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit the Workforce Continuing Education website — “Sounds of Christmas” www.midland.edu/workforce. Presented by the Midland College Jazz Band and the Midland College Chap Singers Community organizations present FREE Wagner & Brown Auditorium in AFA Building workshop on money management The public is invited to a FREE workshop “Understanding Money & Credit.” Topics to be discussed are the five basic steps of money management: assessing your financial situation; setting financial goals; creating a spending plan that The 12th Annual Midland College works; using credit wisely; and committing to a savings plan. The seminar is pre- Student Art Hallway Sale sented by Rudy Cavazos, Money Management International. The seminar, which McCormick Gallery — AFA Building will be presented in both English and Spanish, will be given twice: 6-7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 6-7 p.m. at the Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30 and 2-3 p.m.,Friday, Dec. 8 at the Cogdell Learning Center Lecture Hall. The 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2 workshop is co-sponsored by Midland Community Development Corporation, Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Midland College Business and Economic Development Center. For reservations or more information, please call Learn more about these events at www.midland.edu/events (432) 684-4309. edit llege cr eak! Registe Earn co liday br over th e ho Midland College r in pers or onlin e! on Winter Interim and Spring registration begins November 27 Winter Interim begins Dec. 18 Spring classes begin Jan. 16 3600 N. Garfield Midland, TX 79705 (432) 685-4500 www.midland.edu Midland College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1886 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; Telephone number 404-679-4501) to award a Bachelor of Applied Technology degree, associate degrees and certificates. Midland College is an equal opportunity employer/educator. 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