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Career Discovery Week at Tyler

July 6-10

Come learn about some of Tyler’s most in-demand majors during career-specific virtual information sessions. Hear from faculty about the classes you’ll take and the career options you’ll have after graduating from Tyler or successfully transferring. Plus, you’ll learn about what sets Tyler apart – our friendly, supportive community, our partnerships with local employers, high-value programs and flexible options for achieving success. Each hour-long session ends with time for your questions.

Can’t make it?  Sessions will be recorded.  Email us at info@jtcc.edu, and we’ll send you the sessions of interest to you.


July 6

Psychology with Dr. Christopher Brady

1 p.m.
Tyler’s Psychology AS is a two-year associate’s degree that prepares students to transfer to a four-year institution to major in psychology, and many other related subjects like law, HR or communications. In this session you will learn more about the program specifics and the opportunities offered to Tyler students pursuing psychology.

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Business with Dr. Nikki Hicks

3 p.m.
Tyler’s Business Administration AS is a two-year degree program that prepares students to transfer to a four-year college to major in business administration, accounting, economics, finance, marketing or management. In this session, you’ll learn more about how Tyler’s business program provides students with a clear pathway to a career and/or a transfer to top schools in Virginia using guaranteed admissions agreements.

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Funeral Services with Sam Rhue

6 p.m.
Tyler’s funeral services program is set up to meet the needs of students throughout Virginia and neighboring states through fully online instruction. This session will provide information about the educational requirements to become a licensed funeral director in Virginia, the required courses in the program, and the funeral services internship program offered at Tyler.

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July 7

Nursing/Nurse Aide with Tammy Colatruglio

1 p.m.
Tyler’s nursing program has an excellent reputation in our community for graduating career-ready, professional registered nurses. The nursing program is nationally accredited by a reputable nursing program accrediting agency, and our students’ success rate for passing the nurse licensure exam is consistently over 90%. Join us to learn more about how Tyler can help you achieve your goal of starting a career in the medical field.

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Theatre, Music and Visual Arts with Kerrigan Sullivan

3 p.m.
Tyler offers many opportunities in visual and performing arts including studio arts, web design, graphic design, film, photography, music, theatre, and mass communications. Our courses are taught by industry experts using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, including an art gallery and a black box theatre. Learn more about how our arts programs provide students with a clear pathway to a career and/or a transfer to top schools in Virginia using guaranteed admissions agreements.

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Massage Therapy with Sara Rennie

6 p.m.
Massage therapy is a fast-growing profession with opportunities in many different environments including hospitality/resorts, wellness/med spas, hospital/rehabilitation, and professional sports. Learn about how our program teaches a wide range of skills, techniques, and treatment planning, so that you are able to obtain a license and build a successful career upon program completion.

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July 8

Criminal Justice with Mike Sorensen

1 p.m.
The criminal justice program at Tyler is dedicated to offering high-quality education to students in law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Both the AAS degree and CSC in Criminal Justice are available fully online and face-to-face. In this session you will learn how our program explores the criminal justice system's role within society and emphasizes criminology, juvenile justice, criminal and constitutional law, investigative principles, ethics and community relations.

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Engineering and Computer Science with Dr. Anna Bampton and Brenda Miller

3 p.m.
Join us to learn about Tyler’s engineering and computer science transfer programs. Our instructors teach university-level content in small classes, providing an opportunity for personal relationships. In this session, we will discuss requirements (including math placement), course offerings for computer science and the different engineering disciplines, and the AS-to-BS guaranteed admissions transfer path.

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General Studies and Transfer with Kirstin Pantazis

6 p.m.
Did you know Tyler has 35+ guaranteed transfer agreements – some in specific majors - to Virginia’s top colleges and universities? Come learn how you can start your college career at Tyler, save money, and benefit from our small class sizes, leadership opportunities and grants/scholarships just for transfer students.  

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July 9

Skilled Trades with John Lipp

1 p.m.
Do you enjoy using both your hands and your mind to solve problems? Are you seeking hands-on training that does not fit a traditional college format, where you earn a college credential and valuable industry certifications at the same time? A career in the skilled trades may be a great fit for you. Tyler works directly with local businesses to train highly employable graduates in building construction/CAD, electricity, HVAC, machining, mechanical technology and welding.

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Sciences with Dr. Tiffany Randall

3 p.m.
Tyler’s Science AS degree can be used to transfer into science bachelor’s degrees at most four-year colleges. Possible majors include biology, chemistry, physics, forensic science, pre-med, environmental science and geology. Join us for an overview of Tyler’s programs/majors offered in our Science, Health and Human Services division with emphasis on the science curriculum. Additionally, you’ll hear about scholarships, transfer opportunities and internships specifically for STEM students.

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Skilled Trades with John Lipp

6 p.m.
Do you enjoy using both your hands and your mind to solve problems? Are you seeking hands-on training that does not fit a traditional college format, where you earn a college credential and valuable industry certifications at the same time? A career in the skilled trades may be a great fit for you. Tyler works directly with local businesses to train highly employable graduates in building construction/CAD, electricity, HVAC, machining, mechanical technology and welding.

Register


July 10

Information Technology with Sam Benke

1 p.m.
IT is an ever-evolving field, and Tyler has made several exciting changes with the introduction of Amazon Web Services and cloud computing. We have also added Python and Linux to our curriculum, which will give students skills to pursue a career in networking, cybersecurity, or cloud computing as well as programming. In this session you will learn about certificate and associate degree options in IT, including our new Cloud Computing CSC beginning in spring 2021.

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EMS/Paramedic with Winnie Dunn

3 p.m.
Tyler’s emergency medical services programs use dedicated labs, a mobile ambulance simulator, and an array of high-fidelity manikins to simulate real-world experiences. In this session, you’ll learn how we train students for success in the field and our partnerships with local community Fire/EMS departments. Join us to learn how to get started with our Emergency Medical Services/Paramedic AAS program.

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