Northeast Tech - Claremore is a public college located in Claremore, Oklahoma in the Tulsa Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 28 undergraduate students. The Northeast Tech - Claremore acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Health Aides and Attendants, Machine and Metal Working, and Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair. Northeast Tech - Claremore alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,100.
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No matter what there will always be a need in the medical field. Becoming a nurse is not all about the money, for me it is about fulfilling a dream, helpings others physically, emotionally, mentally in good times and bad. I have been working in an Alzheimers unit as a CNA and it has really helped me in knowing that I want to become an RN someday and I know it is my calling in life.
This school is especially helpfull for adult education. I have been out of high school for a very long time and am raising three kids and have a wonderful husband. I just knew it would be very hard to go to school, but at the Vo-Tech it has been such an easy transition going from a stay at home mom for over ten years to becoming a student again.
No matter what online courses are a lot different than actually being in the classroom. I am someone that has to have a teacher or professor standing on front of me in order for me to comprehend how I should. I have to listen, watch and write down. Online is not for me.