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Who all is a grad from Hocking College or Hocking Technical College?

What year?

What as your major?


I'm 1989

Rec & Wild / Interpretation dual

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Quick question CarpRule, were you able to get a job in your field of study ?? My son looked at HTC, but went somewhere else for an environmental science degree, hoping to open up a larger pool of jobs. He's now considering grad schools & is thinking about something fisheries / wildlife oriented.
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Yeah,

I worked for Franklin County MetroParks, Cleveland Metro Parks, and ODNR.



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As a business owner I would hire a HTC grad over a OSU grad in Natural Resources in a heart beat.

HTC students get practical application and theory. OSU theory no practical application.




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HTC grad in 1987.
Recreation and Wildlife

OSU grad in 1989
Park and Recreation

Worked for Cleveland Metroparks and CVNRA.
 

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Was fortunate to not be a HTC grad in '80. I did the visit in '78, was not impressed and was warned away by the Chief Naturalist of Hamilton County Parks.


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Dugworm?

Do you know Suzan Thompson(tall black chick)

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CarpRule, never heard of her. Who was she? Need more details please. That was 25+ years ago!
 

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By the mid 80's Hocking got their stuff together. I did a internship with US Forestry Department my co-worker was a JR. @ OSU and he had know idea how to use a chainsaw, skid loader or how to measure board feet.

Boy he could point and say "huh" like no other!

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