Susan Copeland, Wallace State’s Patient Care Specialist Coordinator, right, discusses how to measure a heartbeat with a Hanceville Elementary School student during Career Day.

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College participated in Hanceville Elementary School’s Career Day on Friday, showcasing various health and technical programs to the students.

Hanceville Elementary School principal Kim Brown said the event was a great opportunity for her students to get an early glimpse at some of the career offerings available at Wallace State and in the community. She added that it’s important for students to realize at a young age how valuable Wallace State is to the area.

Wallace State programs set up at the Career Day were agricultural production/horticulture, computer science, dental hygiene, dental assisting, diesel technology, engineering technology, flight technology, industrial electronics – mechatronics, nursing, paralegal, visual communications and welding.

For more information about Wallace State, visit wallacestate.edu.

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Wallace State Engineering Technology student Kayla Evans, right, shows off a remote control car to a Hanceville Elementary School student. Evans is a sophomore at Wallace State.

Wallace State Engineering Technology student Kayla Evans, right, shows off a remote control car to a Hanceville Elementary School student. Evans is a sophomore at Wallace State.

Wallace State’s Julie Grimes, a BOOST Career Coach at the college, assists a student at Hanceville Elementary School’s Career Day.

Wallace State’s Julie Grimes, a BOOST Career Coach at the college, assists a student at Hanceville Elementary School’s Career Day.

Susan Copeland, Wallace State’s Patient Care Specialist Coordinator, right, discusses how to measure a heartbeat with a Hanceville Elementary School student during Career Day.

Susan Copeland, Wallace State’s Patient Care Specialist Coordinator, right, discusses how to measure a heartbeat with a Hanceville Elementary School student during Career Day.

Wallace State instructor Terry Ayers represented the college’s computer science program at Career Day.

Wallace State instructor Terry Ayers represented the college’s computer science program at Career Day.

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Russell Moore

Staff Writer

Wallace State Community College

P.O. Box 2000, Hanceville, AL 35077

1-866-350-9722    256-352-8443 direct

Russell.Moore@wallacestate.edu

Visit us online at www.wallacestate.edu

 

Kristen Holmes
Communications & Marketing Director, and

Administrator, The Evelyn Burrow Museum

Wallace State Community College

801 Main Street NW | Hanceville, AL 35077
E-mail: kristen.holmes@wallacestate.edu
Office: 256.352.8118 | Cell: 256.339.2519 | Toll Free: 866.350.9722