RE: Education question

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From:"MacDonald, Jennifer" <> (by way of histonet)
Date:Mon, 31 Jan 2000 22:47:25 -0500
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	There is a long distance learning program throught Indiana
University Purdue University.  Contact Glenda Hood at (317)278-1690.  There
is also a histology program via the internet from a school in Florida.  The
name escapes me.  I will try to find it for you.  Depending on where you are
located there are also some histology programs left around the country.
Some are offered through community colleges and you can take select courses.
I also have a list of assistance and scholarhships available.  It was
provided by the NSH.  If you would like me to fax you this please let me
know.  I just found another booklet from the NSH.  It is about
non-traditional education.  If you would like a copy please let me know.  If
you don't belong to the NSH consider joining.  There is a wealth of
information available from the NSH.

	Jennifer MacDonald
	(909)985-2811 extension 4148

> I am an OJT certified Histologic Technician.  I am very proud of all that
> I
> have learned and achieved.  However, I would also like to learn more of
> the
> things that people with formal education in this field have learned.
> Would
> someone please tell me what courses I could attend at our local Junior
> College that could help me to accomplish this.  I want to be the best
> Histologic Technician that I can be.
>                                             Sincerely,
>                                             Jeanie Wade, H.T.(ASCP)

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