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Shaneka Haynes, A-B Tech’s newest Education Navigator, began her education here at A-B Tech and now holds a Master’s degree in Human & Social Services from Walden University. She is passionate about serving diverse, high-risk individuals, and recently served as a Child & Family Advocate at Helpmate.
Dr. Dennis King received a letter from the National Science Foundation expressing their appreciation for the valuable contributions made by Pamela Silvers for the Advanced Technological Education Program.
A-B Tech has an incredible resource on its campus through the Don C. Locke Library. It has changed locations and names over the past 55 years when it was established in 1964, but the mission of providing invaluable services to students, employees, and the community has stayed the same.
A-B Tech has announced the following students have been named to the President’s List for the fall semester. To qualify, students must be enrolled in an academic program, carry at least 12 credit hours of curriculum courses numbered 100 or above, and have a 4.0 quality point average for the semester under consideration:
A-B Tech has announced that the following students have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. To qualify, students must be enrolled in an academic program, carry at least eight credit hours of curriculum courses numbered 100 or above, and have a minimum 3.75 quality point average for the semester under consideration:
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced that A-B Tech Students Chandler Beiler and Adam Burkins have been named semifinalists for its Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
A-B Tech Community College received $18,000 from the State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation for short-term workforce training scholarships. The SECU Bridge to Careers Pilot program will allow the college award up to thirty $500 scholarships for targeted short-term workforce programs and the remaining $3,000 will go to program support.
The application period for Fall 2019 Selective Admission Allied Health programs at A-B Tech opens on Friday, February 1 and closes on Friday, March 15. Prospective students who plan to enroll in these programs next fall must apply now.
Selective programs include:
A-B Tech will proudly partner once again with the American Red Cross to hold our Spring blood drive. The Red Cross has over 130 years of experience providing humanitarian aid - including more than 70 years of supplying blood to those in need. Each pint of blood we collect can help save up to three lives and will touch the lives of so many more.