EdExploreSRQ Interactive Career Exploration Series #16: “So You Want to Explore How a Technical College can Open the Door to Careers in the Field of Veterinary Medicine?!”
“Suncoast Technical College (STC) is an excellent choice
to help you meet your education and career goals.”
~Dr. Ron Dipillo, Executive Director
Suncoast Techical College provides quality technical education to meet workforce development and community needs
We believe each individual has varied abilities and talent, and it is Suncoast Technical College’s goal to help each reach his/her highest potential. It is the responsibility of the staff to assist in the identification of these abilities and talents, to offer learning experiences to help guide the student toward gainful entry level employment and personal satisfaction, to develop the student’s employability skills and work ethic, to enhance existing employment skills, and to establish learning situations in which the students can experience success in all phases of the learning process.
“Randy Thies, the Director of the STC VETERINARY ASSISTING Program
joins the EdExoloreSRQ Interactive Career Series!”
In partnership with the Education Foundation of Sarasota and STC. middle and high school students throughout Sarasota County now have the opportunity to learn about the various careers in veterinary medicine through hands-on activities! The different career paths discussed include Veterinarian Technician, Veterinary Assisting, and Veterinarian.
“Our career and technical programs are developed in partnership
with Sarasota area businesses.” ~Dr. Ron Dipillo.
To learn about other life-changing opportunities Sarasota Technical College has to offer, click on the link below:
About the EdExploreSRQ Interactive Career Exploration Series:
The Education Foundation and EdExploreSRQ partners have created this series to expand EdExploreSRQ by providing career exploration experiential field trips to middle school students whose career interests can be aligned with education programs in high school and beyond. “Providing interactive career exploration activities in high school may be too late. This early engagement is a key to helping students who are transitioning into high school to define their future” (ACT, 2015). After all, as quoted by America’s Promise Alliance, how do we expect young people to dream if they don’t know what they can dream about? Those dreams can include all types of careers, but only if students are aware of their existence. Such awareness not only benefits students but also benefits communities seeking a trained “home-grown” workforce. This initiative is in direct alignment with the Sarasota’s Chamber’s “STATE of JOBS” and “TALENT4TOMORROW & WORKFORCE” pillars!
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