Ethan Carmichael, a former graduate of Chipley High School who is studying to become a Medical Doctor at the University of Florida School of Medicine, volunteered to speak to the Florida Panhandle Technical Center Patient Care Class on June 29th. Mr. Carmichael delivered an informative presentation about the process of applying to medical school, and he shared helpful success strategies for students who intend to further their education in the medical field. After Mr. Carmichael's presentation, the students were provided time to ask questions and receive advice about their future career options.
Mr. Larry Moore, Director of FPTC, expressed his appreciation for Mr. Carmichael inspiring the students to further their education as they build upon the foundational medical programs offered at FPTC. Mrs. Jiranda White, Director of Federal Programs, also extended her appreciation on behalf of Mr. Joseph Taylor, Superintendent of Washington County Schools, and the Washington County School District for Mr. Carmichael volunteering to share helpful information to prepare the FPTC pupils for their future endeavors.
Also, thank you to Ms. Rhonda Wilson, for allowing this opportunity for her students. Ms. Wilson is the instructor of the Basic Healthcare Course taught this summer. She teaches courses for the Patient Care Technician, CNA, Phlebotomy, and Medical Administrative Specialist programs.
If you desire more information about the programs offered at FPTC, please call (850)-638-1180 or visit the following website: www.fptc.edu