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EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program is a gateway to a career in the medical field. This program is designed to train pre-hospital workers who respond to medical trauma and emergencies, and/or transport the sick and injured to medical treatment centers. Currently all eligible candidates trained in the REOC program may receive employment with Rural/Metro Medical Services (after successful completion of the program and meeting all employment requirements through Rural/Metro).
Office Support Specialist Program Classes Are Filling Up Quickly! Register Now!
The Office Support Specialist program is designed to prepare students for entry-level secretarial, administrative assistant office and general office clerk positions utilizing 21st century office skills.
TUITION-FREE* LEARNING
You want to continue your education, but you can't afford to and you don't know where to start. REOC offers tuition-free* classes so you can start your future without incurring the costs of college. *MUST MEET SUNY/REOC Requirements.
Pharmacy Technician – Refresher
Do you currently work as a Pharmacy Technician but want to take that next step in advancing your career to become nationally certified (CPhT)? Have you taken failed on your first attempt of the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) and need a little more practice before taking it again? Well you are in luck! The Pharmacy Technician program faculty at REOC will be hosting a Pharmacy Technician Refresher course twice a year to ensure that you are well prepared to be successful on the exam.
STATE-OF-THE ART FACILITIES
The new facility includes state-of-the art classrooms, health care laboratories, 500-seat multipurpose area, a cosmetology salon, and culinary bistro.
Classes Filling Up Quickly! Register Now!
Register now for our Licensed Practical Nursing Program. Spots are filling fast!
Classes Are Filling Up Quickly! Register Now!
Register now for our Culinary Arts program, Spots are filling fast!
BARBERING
The Barbering program will expose individuals to all aspects of barbering through 580 hours of lecture, practice demonstration, computer-based instruction, practical and theory worksheets with illustrations and client work. The Barbering instruction is delivered by Masters Barbers who are also business owners. Their diverse presentation provides a broad learning experience with updated application in the profession of Barbering.
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
The course content combined with successful program completion prepares the student to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) administered by the PTCB. The student will become a nationally certified Pharmacy Technician and be able to hold the designation of CPhT.
2014 ESL JEFFERSON AWARD WINNER: JAMES CALDWELL
James Caldwell (Chef James) is a retired chef and current volunteer at the Rochester Educational Opportunity Center in the Culinary Arts Program.
GOVERNOR CUOMO VISITS REOC
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation at REOC aimed at combating the sharp rise in heroin and opioid use in New York State.
WHEN WOMEN SUCCEED AMERICA SUCCEEDS EVENT
U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi — along with other House Democrats, like New York’s Louise Slaughter — launched a bus tour in Seneca Falls on Sunday that will highlight economic issues important to woman and working families.

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The License Practical Nursing program is a comprehensive, accredited New York State program, which relates classroom study and clinical experience. The course content combined with successful program completion qualifies the student to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Licensed Practical Nurses.

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REOC In the News...

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Sr. Barbara Lum comforts Rep. John Lewis at REOC event in 2013. Sr. Barbara Lum, a Catholic nun serving with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester was sent to work at Good Samaritan Hospital from 1959 to 1968. It was the only hospital in nine Alabama counties that served blacks.

Hear WXXI's interview with Sr. Barbara Lum. She still serves with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester today, teaching home health care aides.

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