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Deana M. Savage

Special Advisor To the President

Midland College

HQ Phone:  (432) 685-4500

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Midland College

3600 N. Garfield

Midland, Texas,79705

United States

Company Description

The Midland College Foundation provides supplemental funding to Midland College programs which are recommended by the faculty and ultimately approved by the administration. If you and your family are interested in the future of Midland and the Permian Basin, y... more

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Our Board | United Way Midland

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Deana M. Savage
Midland College


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Deana M. Savage
Midland College Community Impact Vice Chair


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Dr. Deana Savage
Associate Vice President of Instruction Career and Tech. Education Midland College 432-685-4514


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Deena Savage
Associate Vice President for Instruction Midland College Midland, TX 79705 Phone: 432.685.4515 docsavage@midland.edu


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Deana Savage, Midland College associate vice president of instruction, said it offers students several options.
It has a basic energy technician certification, where students take five classes for 15 credit hours. These classes will be offered as dual credit classes at Midland and Fort Stockton school district campuses for dual credit for high school students, as well as on the Midland College campus for students who don't attend those schools. Those classes will offer education on safety, material hazards, hand and power tool use and other introductory information that can help students get jobs right out of high school, Savage said. "Those are the kind of skills that are fundamental to many, many careers in our industry," she said. If students want to pursue an energy education after that, they can take six more advanced classes on the Midland College campus in subjects like field reports and electromechanical troubleshooting, Savage said. Savage said many unskilled workers would be the first to go now that oil prices have dropped considerably. Those who are educated can expect longer careers. "They're going to be better prepared for a job," Savage said. "In tough times, that makes a difference." The course has been in development for more than two years with the help of an advisory board made up of energy industry officials from companies like wind turbine producer Vestas and oil companies like Chevron and Concho Resources, Savage said. "It's very much a competency-based program," she said. Graduates from the program can be prepared for jobs as technicians in areas like installation, instruments, maintenance, operations, production and wind resources, Savage said. The program will start out with one new full-time instructor and add more as it grows, Savage said. Eventually, Hoxie Smith, director of Midland College's Petroleum Professional Development Center, said solar and nuclear energy curriculum could be added. "It depends not only on how the program evolves, but how the energy sector evolves in the Permian Basin," he said.


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