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Health Education Division

To be in demand in a challenging and constantly changing field, consider a career in the healthcare. Whether you want to work with people or animals, this exciting field combines cutting-edge technology with your competence, judgment, and compassion to help those in need. From medical laboratories to surgical operating rooms to clinical facilities and offices, careers in health care are as varied as those for whom care is provided. We aspire to excellence in all we do, so competence in safe practice, professionalism and integrity are values that our faculty and students model every day in both human and animal healthcare. And, our faculty is second-to-none in their commitment to prepare our graduates to be respected, knowledgeable and valued members of the health care community.

Tanya

Tanya

Tanya went from college student to entrepreneur in four short months. Tanya used the knowledge she is gaining in her practical nursing classes to design and receive a provisional patent for a portable nursing kit that can be used by nursing students to practice skills at home and other locations away from simulators in the classroom. "This was so exciting for me," said Tanya. "I found out that the instructors want the portable simulators as much as the students do. As far as I can tell in my research, this product is a first of its kind. Every college I have approached has said, 'we need this.' And for me, it all started at Tri-County."

 

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Clemson University Advisors on Campus (9/22/2014)

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Visit by Western Carolina University (9/23/2014)

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Visit by Clemson University (9/24/2014)

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Blood Drive - Pendleton Campus (9/24/2014)

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Clemson University Advisors on Campus (9/24/2014)

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