RE: Potential HT/HTL seeks advice

You are so right.  We had a janitor working for us for a while, she could
stain, and clean up after herself (lol).  Actually she was quite good,
but didn't find the hours suitable with her family.

On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 08:59:47 -0500 "Morken, Tim"  wrote:

> Lisa wrote:
> "The last option I am weary of as well, I feel
> I am going out on 
> a limb by trying to find someone that will
> train me in histo techniques."
> Lisa, actually, if you showed up unnannounced
> at a hospital histology lab
> with a science AA or bachelors degree in hand
> and said you wanted to learn
> histology, they would probably not let you
> leave until you had signed a
> contract! And you would be working the next
> day, if not the same day!
> Tim Morken
> Atlanta
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lisa []
> Sent: Sunday, January 05, 2003 8:05 PM
> To:
> Subject: RE: Potential HT/HTL seeks advice
> Thanks to all who e-mailed and responded to my
> questions.  You all were a 
> big help and opened my eyes to many different
> things.  I have still decided 
> to pursue a BS, but just not sure how to go
> about doing it.  I can get the 
> histo AS first, get certified as HT and work
> while going back to 
> school.  However, I am a little weary of trying
> to get a BS and working 
> full time to support myself.  I live with my
> sister now who lives a short 
> distance from Mt Sac which offers the AS, but I
> can only stay here for a 
> couple more years.  I have found a school near
> my parents' home that has a 
> Biology major w/ a Physiology/Anatomy option.
> The major has electives/reg. 
> classes that have a really good balance of
> immunology, molecular and 
> cellular biology, genetics, 1 histo class, ect.
>  The chair said he would be 
> willing to work with me on mapping out a
> course, but did warn I would get 
> only a little direct histo training and that I
> should not try and work 
> full-time or even part-time while going through
> the program.  Living with 
> my parents, I would have to work at least
> part-time.  My other option is to 
> skip the AS altogether and get the BS.  After
> graduation, I would hope to 
> find a vet clinic or private lab that could
> train me in specific histo 
> techniques.  If I cant get training, I could
> always go back and get the 
> histo AS.  The last option I am weary of as
> well, I feel I am going out on 
> a limb by trying to find someone that will
> train me in histo techniques.
> Well anyways, thank you all for the advice!
> Lisa

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