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  • 2 Career Paths Winter/Spring 2015 Table of Contents

    Important Dates Winter/Spring 2015

    January

    Jan 1 New Year’s Day – School Closed

    Jan 5 Instructor In-service – No School

    Jan 6 School Resumes

    Jan 16 Last Day of Semester 1

    Jan 19 Martin Luther King Day – School Closed

    Jan 20 Record Day – No Students

    Jan 21 First Day of Semester 2

    February

    Feb 16 Presidents Day – School Closed

    March

    Mar 27 Record Day – No School

    Mar 30 Spring Break – School Closed & 31

    April

    Apr 1-3 Spring Break – School Closed

    May

    May 25 Memorial Day – School Closed

    June

    June 25 Last Day of Semester 2

    June 26 Record Day – No Students

    June 30 Graduation

    www.ManateeTech.edu

    Main Campus Career Preparation Programs Architecture & Construction .............. 4 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Heating Technology ..............................4 Building Construction Technology .............4 Carpentry ...................................................4 Drafting .......................................................4 Electricity....................................................4 Plumbing Technology ................................5 Arts, A/V Technology & Communication .5 Digital Design .............................................5 Digital Video Production ............................5 3-D Animation ............................................5 Business, Management & Administration ................................... 5 Accounting Operations ..............................5 Administrative Office Specialist .................5 Legal Administrative Specialist .................6 Medical Administrative Specialist ..............6 Education & Training ......................... 6 Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship .........................................6 Health Science ................................... 6 Medical Coder/Biller ATD ...........................6 Hospitality .......................................... 6 Baking & Pastry Arts ..................................6 Culinary Arts/Commercial Foods ..............7 Salon Services ................................... 7 Advanced Esthetics ...................................7 Barbering ...................................................7 Cosmetology for Licensure......................... 7 Facials Specialty for Licensure .................7 Nails Specialty for Licensure .....................7 Information Technology ..................... 7 Network Support Services.........................7 Web Development .....................................8 Manufacturing Technology ................ 8 Applied Welding Technology .....................8 Electronic Technology ...............................8

    Industrial Technology .................................8 Machining ...................................................8 Major Appliance & Refrigeration Repair ....8 Transportation, Distribution & Logistics ....................................... 9 Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing ............................................9 Automotive Service Technology ............... 9 Marine Service Technology .......................9

    Main Campus Schedule & Fees ................. 10

    East Campus Career Preparation Programs Fire Fighter Certification ................. 12 Law Enforcement Academy ............. 12 Cross-Over from Corrections to Law Enforcement ................................... 12 Law Enforcement Officer ......................... 12 Health Science ................................. 12 Dental Assisting ....................................... 12 EMT .......................................................... 13 Paramedic ................................................ 13 Massage Therapy .................................... 13 Medical Assisting ..................................... 13 Patient Care Technician Practical Nursing. ..................................... 14 Optometric Assisting ................................ 14 Orthopedic Technology ........................... 14 Pharmacy Technician .............................. 14 Surgical Technology ................................ 14

    East Campus Schedule & Fees .............................. 15

    Volume 1, No. 3

    MTC also offers classes in Adult General Education, Continuing Education, and Personal Enrichment. Check www.ManateeTech.edu for more information on all that MTC has to offer.

    School Board Robert Gause, Chair David Miner, Vice Chair Mary Cantrell Karen Carpenter Charlie Kennedy

    Administration Rick W. Mills, Superintendent of

    Schools Dr. Diana Greene, Deputy

    Superintendent of Instruction Doug Wagner, Director, MTC

    and Adult, Career, Technical Education

    Dr. Valerie Viands, Assistant Director, Main Campus

    Dr. Priscilla Haflich, Assistant Director, East Campus

    Linda Agresta, Assistant Director, West Campus

    Career Paths Production Maura Howl, Nancy Lawrence &

    Damon May, Editors Moonlight Marketing Group, LLC,

    Designer, www.moonlightmarketinggroup.com

    The School District of Manatee County

  • Career Paths Winter/Spring 2015 3

    Career Preparation

    Enrollment Choosing a career path is an important decision. Manatee Tech’s counselors are available to help you find the right program based on your interests and future goals. Our counselors are here to guide you through the enrollment process and will help you understand our admission requirements, procedures and deadlines. Counselors work hand-in-hand with our Financial Aid Department and, working together, will provide you with help in obtaining any needed financial aid. Once you have spoken (in person or via phone) with one of our counselors, you can complete the following enrollment steps in any order: • Submit MTC Application Visit: https://mti.focussschoolsoftware.com/focus/ apply/. USE Firefox, Safari or Chrome. Use your email as your username.

    • Submit Florida Residency Documents and Form Follow instructions on the form that includes a list of approved documents. Students who do not meet the Florida Residency requirements will be charged out-of-state tuition rates. Download this at: http://man- ateetech.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Residen- cy-Florida-Classification-2013-141.pdf

    • Complete the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Exam or provide proof of exemption. Call or visit the MTC campus of your program to schedule your TABE test. TABE is exempt for those who have an Associate degree or higher.

    • Apply for Financial Aid. Apply on-line at www.FAFSA.ED.GOV at least two weeks prior to your registration deadline. The FAFSA school code is 015496. You may have to complete other forms including but not limited to: http://manateetech.edu/wp-content/up- loads/2012/12/2014-15-Verification-Worksheet.pdf For more information, please visit: http://manateetech. edu/future-students/financial-aid-2/

    • Receive an acceptance letter from MTC.

    Resident Tuition Manatee Technical College follows Title XLVIII Section 1009.21, Florida Statutes, which allows U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents to be clas- sified as a Florida resident for tuition purposes if the applicant or the dependent applicant’s parent/legal guardian has been a legal resident of the State for at least 12 months preceding the first day of classes of the term for which Florida residency is sought. Documentation proving Florida residency that meets these guidelines is required at registration to receive in-state tuition. Please see your counselor for details or refer to the following website for the full text of the residency statute: http://flsenate.gov/statutes

    Fees Adults pay tuition and lab fees, as well as purchase books, uniforms, safety gear and tools as required. Students pay per Occupational Completion Point for most Career Preparation programs. The Florida Legislature establishes the tuition for postsecondary centers on an annual basis. Resident tuition is $2.92 per clock hour for Career Prep. Nonresident tuition is $11.69 per clock hour for Career Prep. All tuition and fees are subject to legislative and board approval. All new students will be charged a one- time application fee. The Main Campus application fee for Career Prep is $15 and the East Campus ap- plication fee is $30. Other fees may apply. For a full description, see your Guidance Counselor. School year registration and parking fees range from $20 to $30. Health and Safety fee is $14 or the current premium cost. Students who are here for courses of fewer than 30 hours will not need to purchase a parking decal. Listed costs for each program are approximate and include uniforms, books, tools, etc. A $50 late fee is assessed for late registration.

    Refund Policy Manatee Technical College has a fair and equitable policy for the refund of tuition, fees and other institu- tional charges. Refunds will not be processed until all financial obligations have been cleared. Please refer to the MTC Catalog at www.ManateeTech.edu for a complete description of our Refund Policy.

    Bookstore Bookstores are located at all MTC Campuses. Bookstore hours will be dependent on budget allocations for the school year and registration dates at each Campus. Books and uniforms may be returned to the Book Store for a refund within 10 days of purchase. Certain conditions will apply. Please visit www. ManateeTech.edu/current- students/bookstore for a booklist, prices, basic uniform pricing, FAQ and more.

    Financial