Joined: 10/22/2007Yesterday I began full-time school to become an certified ophthalmic technician. Really excited about this new career. I have always been fascinated about the eye and how it works and how amazing it is that it does the things it does; now I will get to learn so much more and to help people at the same time. This program is a forty hour a week school with clinical rotations (complete with lab coat and scrubs) at Duke. I am very blessed to have been admitted into the program. Graduates normally have jobs before they leave school.
Perhaps what I learn might help someone on here as it relates to vision and shooting and eye health. I hope as I know more I will be helpful here in a different regard.
Please pray for our family as we try to make it all work for the next year. I will be working part-time as well and time will be in short supply for study, family, and life in general. Short term loss for a better outlook.Mathews S2 / Copper John 4-pin / QAD HD LD / Worlds Best Strings / 808 Bowslings / Easton Bloodlines
Joined: 5/30/2010congrats!! pulling for you!!
now can you figure out how to make my right eye the dominant one..so it matched my right handed-ness??? hahah..
good luck!!Congrats and I sure hope you achieve your goals. One year sure will go fast for you with all that going on. That part of NC is growing fast so I bet the job opps will be real close to home. Good Luck.
Location: OhioVery cool, good luck bud!All We Do Is SELFILMED
Joined: 5/7/2008Good luck Kevin. At this point, I could never in a million years find the gumption to go back to school full time. Studying for my PE exam was hard enough after five years out of school for me, and I told myself it wasn’t going to ever happen again. Good on ya for putting in the hard work for a new career.
You still gonna be working at MACE part time while in school?
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Joined: 6/22/2004Awesome, Kev! That is a HUGE change for you. Will the part-time work be at the same shop you are at currently?
You can count on me to pray for you all as you navigate this!
Good luck Kevin.At this point, I could never in a million years find the gumption to go back to school full time. Studying for my PE exam was hard enough after five years out of school for me, and I told myself it wasn’t going to ever happen again. Good on ya for putting in the hard work for a new career.
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and this is the exact reason i ended up in california. (happy because i met my wife here). CA lets you have a crack at the exam after two years. no way i remember things after four. i searched for a CA job, just because of this.
sorry for the hijack, Mr Student OP!
Location: Ontario, CanadaI wish you all the best in your studies and new career.We've taken far too many pucks in the head.Really happy and excited for you, I know you will do GREAT!!!! Hopefully you’ll have time to check in here and give us an update!How are you living your Dash?
Location: OhioBest of luck to you! You’re gonna do fine. Like you said – short term for a large return.
Location: In the evening shadow of oona-pa'isIt sounds like a great program! Good luck getting through it!
Joined: 10/22/2007First week of class ends and to say that it has been an adjustment would be an understatement. Thanks to all for your encouragement!Mathews S2 / Copper John 4-pin / QAD HD LD / Worlds Best Strings / 808 Bowslings / Easton Bloodlines
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