Wishing wall has room for 12,000 wishes
First student to pay back Foundation loan
Dr. Lawler came to OTC 15 1/2 years ago
Thursday’s Ozarks Technical Community College commencement will have a little extra meaning for a group of employees from Springfield Remanufacturing Corp. The 16 workers will be the first class from that company to have completed more than three years of classes in a program customized for them by taking the classroom to the work site.…
For a military veteran, transitioning from their former life to one that includes time spent on a college campus can be a challenge. To help ease them into their new surroundings, Ozarks Technical Community College developed an English course designed especially for veterans. A section of English 101 was offered for the first time this…
Students hammer nails and saw wood, but they are not only gaining construction skills. They are also learning about responsibility and self-control. The students are part of a special class, which began in 2001 and is offered by OTC’s Community Enrichment Center and the Missouri Division of Youth Services, which enables troubled youth to earn…
When Todd Ray’s family business in Osage Beach went under in 2011 as a result of the bad economy, Ray set off to find another line of work that had that same family atmosphere. With the help of OTC’s Transport Training Institute, Ray found what he was looking for as a driver for TSCI/Transland Inc.…
Both instructors contributed to the event’s beginnings.
Students read five books a semester.
Brothers want to become engineers.
Playwright students had their plays read.
Former business owner hopes to go into public service.
Group advances to international competition.
Battlefield fire chief teaching fire science at OTC.
After suffering disease, he became a CNA.
Melissa and David Lyday know that someday soon the education they received at Ozarks Technical Community College and elsewhere will be put to use in Ecuador. The recently wedded couple from Bolivar will be leaving soon to establish a medical clinic in the country’s capital city of Quito to offer aid and assistance to the…
Brett Ellis got his first taste of computer programming and animation while attending Ozarks Technical Community College in 2000. Today, Ellis has taken what he learned at the College and become a top special effects artist for a visual effects studio, Digital Domain, in Los Angeles. The Hartville native has worked on such movies as…
Art pieces belonged to staff member’s relative.
It’s the first time the Guard has used OTC’s facilities
Willard graduate wants to work with plants.
Couple plans to continue education in other fields.
Solo at concert entertained crowd.
Graduate is now a physical therapy assistant.
Brothers are part of a large family.
Student services named after Foster.