Already using the skills he has learned at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA) in his work at Producers Rice Mill, Brandon Kagebein is looking forward to graduating from PCCUA this December.
lready using the skills he has learned at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA) in his work at Producers Rice Mill, Brandon Kagebein is looking forward to graduating from PCCUA this December.
Currently completing his degree in Network Administration, Kagebein has been promoted from the Customer Service Department into an IT position at Producers Rice Mill. He says he is thankful for the skills he has acquired at PCCUA, particularly in the areas of Windows server technology, PC maintenance, and networking because he uses them daily in his new position. In addition to those skills, he calls upon what he also learned in communication, writing, math and customer service, regularly.
When asked about his college experience, Kagebein was quick to point out how helpful the PCCUA instructors have been. He noted that they are always concerned that the students learn the material presented in class. He also bragged on the helpfulness of the staff in working to resolve any issues that come up for the students. Kagebein’s new job responsibilities include working to set up new computers and printers and providing ongoing maintenance to all of the computers and printers.
His occupation also involves servers and virtual server technologies.
Pre-registration for the 2012 spring semester at PCCUA is now underway. For more information about enrolling in IT classes at PCCUA, contact Carolyn Alexander, advisor, on the PCCUA Helena-West Helena campus at (870) 338-6474, ext. 1126.