Grants Awarded to Machining Technology and Auto Collision

On July 13the BATC Machining Technology Program was awarded a $15,000 grant by The Gene Hass Foundation. This foundation was established by Gene Haas, owner of Hass Automation, Inc., to provide scholarship funds to post-secondary programs that teach CNC Machine Technology, Adult CNC training or Engineering while incorporating CNC training in the curriculum. BATC will use this grant to provide scholarship funds...

July 28, 2016
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Student Highlights

Cayle Herbaugh

While working as a Certified Nursing Assistant, Cayle Herbaugh decided she wanted a steady job in a career that she would enjoy; one that would allow her to focus more on medical and health care. In November 2015 Cayle enrolled in the Medical Assisting Program at Bridgerland Applied Technology College.“I went to school originally because I am a single mom and I wanted to make sure I had more to offer my daughter than a [basic entry-level] job,” Cayle says with a smile. “I wanted to work hard and go to school and make a better life for myself and for her.” And she’s doing just that. Cayle plans to have her externship completed...

August 01, 2016
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