Students

The five institutions of the HOPE Careers Consortium continue to train new technicians in the latest Orthotic and Prosthetic (O&P) techniques.

Take a look below at what each of the partner institutions has to offer.


Link to Baker CollegeAs a student in the Baker College O&P Technology associate degree program, you learn to apply analytical and technical skills to create orthopedic braces and artificial limbs. Students gain a solid understanding of design principles and fabrication techniques, using the newest technology in labs and courses taught by leading industry professionals. Graduates are eligible for the examinations offered by the American Board for Certification. Baker College O&P web page

 

Link to Century CollegeFor 40 years, Century College has trained individuals to become skilled workers in the field of orthotics and prosthetics. With diploma, degree, and certificate programs available, Century students receive a variety of essential credentials. The technical programs are accredited by the National Commission in Orthotics and Prosthetic Education (NCOPE) and fulfills the requirement to sit for the American Board for Certification registration examination. Century College O&P web page

 

Link to OSU IT

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology offers one of the O&P industry’s premier Technologies programs. Students learn from certified instructors possessing industry experience and graduates encounter high employment rates and forge strong relationships with industry partners. The OSU-IT O&P Technologies program is accredited by NCOPE. OSU-IT O&P web page

 

The Orthotics-Prosthetics Technology program at Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) is the only one offered in the western United States.  Students gain hands-on experience and earn credentials for high-demand employment in one of today’s growing healthcare professions. Enrollment is open during Fall, Winter, or Spring quarters.  The SFCC programs are accredited by NCOPE. SFCC O&P web page

 

Since 2005, St. Petersburg College has been a national leader in developing and providing O&P training through J.E. Hanger College of Orthotics and Prosthetics. At SPC, a combination of lectures and extensive hands-on lab experiences prepare students with the for a career dedicated to helping people restore physical function. The program prepares students to take the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics Technician Certification Exams. SPC O&P web page