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    NOC Student Completes Internship at St. Mary's Hospital

    Braylee Culver, NOC-Enid pre-engineering major, spent her summer interning at St. Mary’s hospital in the Healthcare Technology management department.Culver shadowed Troy Wood, a biomedical engineer, to better understand his duties and responsibilities. She inventoried and tagged medical equipment before placing machines with patients.   Read More...

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    NOC Student Completes Internship at Corlett, Probst and Boyd, P.L.L.C.

    NOC graduate Jordan Scott recently completed a summer internship at Corlett, Probst & Boyd, P.L.L.C., a land surveying and civil engineering firm located in Wichita Falls, Texas.Scott graduated from NOC with a degree in Pre-Engineering and is enrolled at Oklahoma State University with plans to study Civil Engineering.Scott reveled in the opportunity to intern at the Texas firm.“Besides the heat, this opportunity has been life changing. Gaining the knowledge and work experience has help...  Read More...

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    NOC Student Completes Internship at the Kay County Detention Center

    Real life experience is invaluable for students in choosing a profession after college.That was never truer than for NOC graduate Mackenzie Sparks, a criminal justice major.Sparks interned at the Kay County Detention Center in Newkirk with Capt. Kevin Main.“My primary duties included observing inmates and shadowing certified jailers, to see how differently other jailers do their job,” Sparks said.Sparks enjoyed her time working at the county detention center.“What I like most about my internship...  Read More...

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    NOC Student Completes Internship at St. Mary's Hospital

    Matt Conerly, NOC Enid Baseball player (1B/3B), is interning at St. Mary’s Hospital in Enid this semester. Matt is a sophomore from Edmond majoring in Mathematics.   Read More...

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    NOC Student Completes Internship at Blackwell United Way

    The Northern Oklahoma College Internship Program continues to prepare students for the work place as NOC student Cindy Love recently completed an internship with the United Way in Blackwell.Love, a 1975 graduate from Ponca City, has been working at the United Way in Blackwell under the tutelage of executive director Charlene Flanery.Her primary duties include maintaining accounts in QuickBooks, prepare and make deposits at financial institution, reconcile bank statements, prepare financial repor...  Read More...

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