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Get job-ready in one semester!

If you are interested in the field of healthcare, becoming a pharmacy technician is a great place to start.  The Pharmacy Technician Program at Columbus State gets you job-ready with just four classes (10 credit hours – just one semester!

Plus, it prepares you to take one of the Pharmacy Technician Board Exams for professional certification, potentially raising your earning power.

Attend an information session to find out more about this new program, which will begin Autumn Semester 2014:

Pharmacy Technician Information Sessions

Tuesday, June 10, at 12:00 p.m. – Union Hall 227

Monday, August 11, at 6:00 p.m. – Union Hall 227

You may RSVP to attend the session of your choice by emailing


Get paid while getting help with your STEM studies

If you are interested in earning your degree in a STEM discipline (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) but want a little help, consider joining the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program. 

Join a quickly growing career field. Minorities are under-represented in STEM careers, yet these careers provide the opportunity to close the wage gap between genders and races.

In the LSAMP program, you will get paid for getting tutored. Participants will earn $8.00 per hour but must commit to three hours per week over the course of two semesters (fifteen weeks each). You will receive tutoring and mentoring from your peers. These students understand your questions and have been through the courses themselves! 

If you have questions, or would like to join the program or sign up to become a tutor, please contact professor Jeffery Richardson.




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