A&F Newsletter

Winter 2010


Cowley hosts another successful Medical Careers Day on the main campus

Medical Careers Day

With Cowley College’s Medical Careers Day continuing to double in size each of the first three years of the event, 66 students took part in the day’s activities held Oct. 13 on the college’s main campus in Arkansas City.

Lory West, associate director of admissions and one of the organizers of the event, was thrilled with the turnout.

“It is really exciting to see how much the event has grown,” West said. “The event was marketed and promoted well, and Stefani Jones and Chris Cannon do a great job of getting everyone lined up to help with the event.”

Chris Cannon, Allied Health Department Chair/director of EMS Education, discussed the programs and degrees offered at Cowley College. While, Natural Science Department Chair, Michelle Schoon, shared information about the college’s pre-professional programs.

There were Career Fair booths set up displaying information about specific programs for the students to view, as well as transfer information regarding four-year institutions.

Participants had an opportunity to visit with representatives from South Central Regional Medical Center, William Newton Memorial Hospital, Ark City Fire-EMS Department, Ark City Emergency Medical Services, Winfield Emergency Medical Services, Butler County Emergency Medical Services, Life-Team, Hospice of Kansas, Pratt/Cowley LPN-RN, Andrea Winters CRNA Anesthesia Consulting Services, and Heather Allen (transfer information).

Students from the 2010, 12-month Cowley MICT program, were also on hand to answer any questions and assist with the day’s events.

“I want to thank everyone who contributed to making the Medical Careers Day a success,” West said.

From medical office support to pre-professional medical programs, Cowley College offers a range of degrees and programs, including:
Allied Health programs: MICT (Paramedic), EMS-Education, EMT-Basic, EMS-Leadership, CCEMTP, Medical Office, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding, CAN/CMA, RN/LPN, Long Term Adult Care, Phlebotomy, Health Services Management and Community Development, Pre-Nursing, Medical Lab Technician, Pre-Athletic Training and Leadership.

Pre-Professional programs: Chiropractic, Dentistry, Dietetics, Forensics, Medicine, Mortuary Science, Nursing/Dental Hygiene, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Veterinary Medicine.

For more information or to enroll for these programs, contact 620-4441-5303.

Winter 2010