Story submitted by Teriann Wright
Orange Technical College Campuses welcomed the Retired Educators Foundation of Orange County, Florida, to present student scholarship awards virtually on 8/24/2021 and 8/25/2021 for the 2021-2022 school year. Janice Quint, Scholarship Chairman, and the other scholarship committee members Christie Woods, Fran Burns, Richard Gomer, Jane … Read More
Although the high school graduation rate in Florida has increased from 59.2% to 90.0% between 2003-2004 and 2019-2020, some students still need to leave school before earning their diplomas. If that was the case for you, you might be wondering if it’s worthwhile to earn an adult high … Read More
In a warm and humid state such as Florida, HVAC technicians play a critical role. They work on the air conditioning systems that keep homes and buildings comfortable throughout the year. An HVAC technician might install new equipment in a building, repair older systems or recommend improvements and upgrades to … Read More
Congratulations to all the winners!
Residential & Commercial Appliance Technology (College)
- Gold – Andrew Morell, Robert Morgan Educational Ctr & Technical College
- Silver – Mirleur Polynice, Orange Technical College – Mid Florida Campus
- Bronze – Matthew Thevenot, Orange Technical College – Mid Florida Campus
Esthetics – High School
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Orange Technical College recently donated some much needed medical supplies to local hospitals. Items included the sought after N95 masks, surgical masks, surgical and exam gloves, isolation and disposable gowns as well as protective goggles. These items were collected from OTC campuses, as well as district middle schools and high … Read More
What Is an Apprenticeship?
When you hear the word “apprentice,” what comes to mind? You might picture a person working for a blacksmith back in the 19th century or Mickey Mouse wearing a wizard’s hat and getting into a lot of mischief.
Although there’s a common assumption that apprenticeships are … Read More
5 Healthcare Careers That Don’t Require a College Degree
The road to becoming a doctor is a long one. After completing a four-year undergraduate degree, most doctors-in-training complete four years of medical school, then up to seven years of fellowship or residency training.
Luckily, people who are interested … Read More
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