Bradley Hall - Southern Oklahoma Technology Center
THEN: A student with no idea what he wanted to do with his life after high school. Bradley knew he was strong in science but thought the only job opportunity was as a medical doctor. The SOTC Biotechnology Academy opened doors for Bradley as he
- Broadened his scientific knowledge through advanced biology, environmental science and microbiology classes.
- Participated in daily hands-on experiments that helped him learn proper lab technique and skills.
- Gained independence, responsibility and better organizational skills.
- Earned a capstone internship with the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.
NOW: Bradley is working on core undergraduate courses at Ardmore Higher Education Center while working full time as a lab assistant at the Noble Foundation. With plans to transfer to Oklahoma State University and major in biology, Bradley would like to pursue a master’s degree and doctorate in plant pathology.