GCC offers new programs

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Officials at Gila Community College (GCC) announce two new programs being offered. Beginning with the fall semester, students will now be able to enroll in the Pharmacy Technician Program. Students will be trained in the technical aspects of handling medication and tasks including selecting, pouring prescription medications, updating patient profiles, mixing intravenous solutions, and other specialized medications. After successful completion of this certificate program, students will be eligible to take the National Certification test and become a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).

GCC is responding to the large number of requests for providing training in the field of Media Communications using digital tools. This program provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in scripting, audio, lighting, cinematography, and editing. Students will produce and direct television commercials and public service announcements.

For information on these programs that lead to exciting career opportunities, call GCC at 485-8481 and meet with an advisor today.

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