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Following A Path
Ben said he wanted to go to school and become an emergency medical technician but was hesitant at first. He enrolled in Northark’s EMT program and is now a licensed EMT working for a local ambulance service. “I think I made the best decision,” he said. “I am so glad I chose Northark.”
Ben said he received great instruction at Northark and learned in a classroom and clinical setting. He was able to get ride time on an ambulance and gain the skills and knowledge needed to be an EMT. “The teachers were awesome,” he said. “The instruction was great and hands on. We got to do a lot of stuff out in the field.”
Northark offers associate degrees, online degrees, one-year certificates, certificates of proficiency, GED classes and non-credit community education courses in more than 70 areas of study.
Tuesday, May 3
Northark is excited to announce it will host public feedback meetings for the campus community and general public. The forums will feature three candidates vying for the presidency. Submit feedback on the candidates through our online form.
Monday, May 2
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson will give the commencement address and Shannon Williams, class of 2016, will be the student speaker at the commencement ceremonies, which begin at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 7, in Pioneer Pavilion on Northark’s south campus.