Here's What's Happening at OCCC!


 

Nursing and Medical Assistant Scholarships

The deadline looms for those interested in applying for Nursing Scholarships. The deadline for applying for the funds, generously provided by supporters of the OCCC Foundation, is 5:00 p.m. Monday, July 6. For more information on the scholarships, visit this page

 

Whales & Marine Mammals class July 14 and 16

Everyone is invited to register for "Whales & Marine Mammals," an OCCC Community Education class coming to the OCCC North County Center in Lincoln City on Tuesday, July 14. The two-day class, just $30, will feature a classroom session that day, from 1 to 3 p.m., led by John L. Ford, a Waldport biologist. On Thursay, July 16, the class will reconvene at a location to be announced later. Somewhere in Lincoln County, the location(s) will be choice candidates for shore-based viewing of whales or other marine mammals. 

To register, email contact information and a daytime phone number to OCCC's North Center, or call 541-994-4166. 

OCCC launches 2-year Business degree

in Lincoln City, beginning Fall 2015

 

Starting in Fall 2015, OCCC’s North County Center in Lincoln City will get down to business. That’s when the Center launches a Lincoln City-based, two-year business degree, the Associate of Science Oregon Transfer (ASOT) Business.

 

“This program aims to deliver most of its classes here in North Lincoln County, to serve our growing population,” said Chris Spaulding, OCCC’s Career and Technical Education Director for STEM Programs. “This degree is ideally suited to our North County economy, which is driven by lodging, dining and retail establishments.” Many of these businesses, Spaulding said, are owned by out-of-state individuals or corporations, and need local managers with fundamental business skills as well as knowledge of the local market. Read more.

CPR for the professional

All Nursing and Allied Health students need to have a current CPR card for Healthcare Providers. Learn More