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October 1, 2014


Cowley serves as corporate sponsor for Winfield High School football game


tank the tigerCowley College representatives were on hand for Winfield High School’s home football game vs. Augusta this past Friday as part of the college’s corporate sponsorship with the high school. 

As part of the sponsorship, there was a Cowley College Emergency Medical Education station setup outside the south gate. Children had an opportunity to tour an ambulance provided by Winfield EMS and get a free sticker and wrist band. Cowley College Emergency Medical Education also conducted several free blood pressure checks for adults.

winfield gameAlong with free t-shirts college representatives tossed into the crowd at the end of the quarters, Today’s Vikings are Tomorrow’s Tigers t-shirts were made available for purchase. Sales from the t-shirts will go towards providing a scholarship to a Winfield High School graduate. 

Representing Cowley at the event was executive director of enrollment management, Josh Cobble, Allied Health Department chair and director of emergency medical education, Chris Cannon, director for marketing, Sarah Bryant, director of admissions, Helen Nakos, student ambassadors, Courtney Banks and Malaree Hood, and several Allied Health Department students.

The Allied Health Center in Winfield is the home of Cowley College’s nationally recognized programs for Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic and Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport. With the number of local residential care facilities, Cowley College’s Allied Health Center in Baden Square is the also perfect location for its diversified range of healthcare programs including: CNA/CMA, pre-nursing, pre-athletic training, phlebotomy, long term adult care administrator, medical coding and medical transcription.