Students interested in pursuing a career in Allied Health, cosmetology, criminal justice, education, EMS or related fields attended Cowley College’s Health and Human Services Day on Oct. 4 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room.
More than 100 students and around a dozen vendors attended at the event. This year, students already enrolled at Cowley were invited to join in the event and speak with the vendors.
“The students really enjoyed the hands-on booths available and the various simulations,” said admissions representative Julianna Smarsh.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the participation from the cosmetology students and their excitement to work with the attendees’ hair.”
Local employers at the event were:
- Arkansas City Fire-EMS Department;
- Arkansas City Police Department;
- Graves Drug;
- Hillside Medical Clinic;
- Presbyterian Manor;
- Rogers Family Dentistry;
- South Central Kansas Medical Center;
- South Central Kansas SWAT;
- Walmart Optometry;
- William Newton Hospital;
- Winfield Fire-EMS Department;
- Winfield Police Department.
This information was provided by Cowley College Director of Institutional Communications and Public Relations Rama Peroo.