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National Park Promise

National Park Promise

May 23, 2017
tags: 2017, May 2017, press release, newsletter, President's Office, NPTC

National Park College (NPC) announced a last dollar promise scholarship for students who participate in National Park Technology Center (NPTC) programs. The announcement was made Thursday during a press conference at Lake Hamilton High School in Pearcy, Arkansas.

National Park Promise
HSMS EAST Donates 3D Printer

HSMS EAST Donates 3D Printer

May 18, 2017
tags: campus news, NPTC, May, May 2017, newsletter

Students from the Hot Springs Middle School EAST program designed and built a 3D printer for the National Park Technology Center engineering program.

HSMS EAST Donates 3D Printer
Medical Assisting Internships

Medical Assisting Internships

May 10, 2017
tags: 2017, May 2017, press release, newsletter, NPTC

National Park Technology Center (NPTC) Health Science Technology students began their medical assisting internships this week.

Medical Assisting Internships
Students Win Gold at HOSA Competition

Students Win Gold at HOSA Competition

March 25, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, press release, NPTC

National Park Technology Center (NPTC) won top honors during last week’s state Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competition at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

Students Win Gold at HOSA Competition
NPTC Ad Design Competition

NPTC Ad Design Competition

March 14, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, campus news, NPTC, newsletter

Bill Solleder, Special Events Manager at Visit Hot Springs asked Advertising and Graphic Design students at National Park Technology Center (NPTC) to participate in a poster design competition for this year’s Annual Fishing Challenge. Designs were submitted by area high school juniors and seniors.

NPTC Ad Design Competition
High School Students Earn Medical Certifications

High School Students Earn Medical Certifications

March 10, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, press release, newsletter, NPTC

National Park Technology Center (NPTC) Health Science Technology Education (HSTE) Level 2 students earned 40 medical certifications this semester. Twenty-five students passed the Certified Medical Records Technician national certification examination and 15 passed the Certified Medical Billing Specialist national certification examination.

High School Students Earn Medical Certifications
NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On

NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On

February 21, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, campus news, NPTC, newsletter

The Health Science Technology Education (HSTE) program at National Park Technical Center (NPTC) participated in a college simulation day event last week.

NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On
NPTC Students Compete In Holiday Card Contest

NPTC Students Compete In Holiday Card Contest

December 08, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, December 2016, NPTC

Hot Springs, Arkansas – Students in the National Park Technology Center (NPTC) High School Graphic Design program competed in a contest to design the National Park College (NPC) holiday card. More than 40 entries were submitted which the selection committee narrowed down to four winners. 1st Place - Audrey Williams, junior from Lake Hamilton High School 2nd Place - Gabby Walker, senior from Lakeside High School 3rd Place - Jaden Childers, junior from Lake Hamilton High School Honorable Mention - Sydney Crawford, junior from Lakeside High School

NPTC Students Compete In Holiday Card Contest
Over 600 Local Students Participate in Manufacturing Day at NPC

Over 600 Local Students Participate in Manufacturing Day at NPC

October 07, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, October 2016, NPTC, campus events

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) hosted over 600 students from area school districts today as part of a nationwide initiative for Manufacturing Day. Participating schools included Lakeside, Lake Hamilton, Fountain Lake, Mountain Pine, Jessieville and Hot Springs. NPC organized on campus tours, visits to local industries, and hosted a trade show for students to connect with manufacturing through hands-on experiences. Post-Secondary program tours included welding, aerospace and industrial technology. Students who visited the welding department received hands-on practice with a virtual welding machine. The Aerospace tour included demonstrations of how airplane parts are made from fiberglass, graphite, honeycomb cores, and structural rivets. The industrial technology lab provided students hands-on experiences with hydraulics, motor controls, and gear trains.

Over 600 Local Students Participate in Manufacturing Day at NPC
NPTC HOSA Fundraiser

NPTC HOSA Fundraiser

September 12, 2016
tags: campus news, NPTC, 2016, September 2016, HSTC

NPTC HOSA students sell Dippin’ Dots to classmates to help raise money for community service projects, state and national competitions, and scholarships for level 2 Health Science Technology students. Left to right, Lauren Heller, Baylee Skipper and Morgan Haynes all from Lake Hamilton High School.

NPTC HOSA Fundraiser
NPTC Students Attend SkillsUSA Conference

NPTC Students Attend SkillsUSA Conference

July 11, 2016
tags: 2016, July 2016, campus news, NPTC

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park Technology Center (NPTC) students recently competed in the SkillsUSA National Championships and Leadership Conference. Six students and two advisors attended the weeklong conference held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 20 – 24. Over 16,000 students, teachers and advisors representing all 50 states and US territories were present during the competitions. High school students representing the Criminal Justice and Advertising and Graphic Design programs competed in their respective contests as the Arkansas State SkillsUSA Champions.

NPTC Students Attend SkillsUSA Conference
NPTC Launches New Mobile Apps Program

NPTC Launches New Mobile Apps Program

July 10, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, July 2016, NPTC

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park Technology Center (NPTC) will launch a new Mobile Application Development (MAD) program for high school juniors and seniors this fall. The program was approved by the Arkansas Department of Career Education last spring and will include courses in mobile application design and development for both Android and iOS, syntax, algorithms and the use of APIs. MAD coursework is entirely project based and team oriented with strong focus on internships and collaboration with business and industry partners.

NPTC Launches New Mobile Apps Program
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