Association of Surgical Technologists

Arkansas State Assembly

Association of Surgical Technologists
Association of Surgical Technologists

April 17, 2021

Title:
Springtacular! A New Year
CE Credits:
5 Total, 5 Advanced


Event:
Webinar Workshop (no onsite)
Location:
Webinar Workshop

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Contact:

Cynthia Lewis
PO Box 15772, Little Rock, AR 72231
501-951-3180, ARSA.ST@yahoo.com

Arkansas

Spring, 2021 Zoom Webinar Registration

 
Date: April 17, 2021
Time: 8:45 am to 3:00 pm CDT
Credits: 5 CEUs (Advanced)
 
Webinar Documents
 
 
Register Through Paypal
 
Registration closed as of 12:00 pm CDT on April, 15, 2021.

Arkansas

Spring, 2021 Zoom Webinar Instructions

 
1. This webinar is open to all 50 states.

2. You must register online and pay with PayPal or credit card. You do not have to have a Paypal account to use the service. There will be no registration through the mail. Registration will close on April 15 at 12:00 pm CDT (Noon). Note: No refunds will be given unless the Zoom Webinar is cancelled for reasons beyond our control.

3. There will be no registering after the above time or the day of the Zoom Webinar. This allows us time to forward Zoom information needed for you need to attend.

4. When you register use your current email address, as this is the email address that the Zoom code will be sent. Be sure to register with your AST Membership number NOT your Certification number.

5. You will receive an email with the Zoom Webinar code. If your name is not on the list of people who pre-registered, you will NOT be let into the meeting. You cannot share the link with any other people.

6. Be sure your name as registered is shown on the Zoom video page, not your phone number or device name. You can attend on your phone, iPad, and/or laptop, etc (any device that has Zoom).

7. It is highly recommend trying out Zoom before the actual day of the meeting. This is so you know how it works and you make sure you have adequate internet connection.

8. Sign into Zoom between 8:30 am and 8:45 am CDT. Once you enter the code you will be placed in a waiting room until registration is verified then you will be let into the meeting.

9. You will not log out of the meeting for breaks or lunch. Feel free to get up for stretch breaks, water, or a restroom break.

10. You will be required to have your video on. Your audio will be muted during the presentations. Questions will be answered at the end of each presentation by typing your question in the chat box and I will ask the question for you.

11. There will be an email after the meeting with a link to do the Program Evaluation. These are important to us for review and consider suggestions. We request that you please take the time to fill out the evaluation.

12. If you are an AST member, your CE credits will be submitted automatically. Otherwise, you will receive a certificate of attendance through email.

Arkansas

Two Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarship Offered in Spring, 2021

 
The Arkansas State Assembly has two Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarships up for grabs. Applications for the scholarships will be accepted from March 1st through 11:59 pm CDT on April 9th, 2021.
 
 
ARSA President Cindy Lewis (right) stands with Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarship winner Tabitha Conner (left). In 2020, there were two scholarship winners. The scholarships were scheduled to be awarded at our Spring workshop in March, but COVID-19 had other plans. The recipients were chosen based on submitted essays, membership, and academic standings, and without knowledge of their names, schools, or demographic region.
In the picture: ARSA President Cindy Lewis (right) stands with Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarship winner Tabitha Conner (left).
 
The first winner was Tabitha Conner of Redfield, AR. She is a student at Southeast Arkansas College (SEARK) in Pine Bluff, AR and is on the President's and Dean's List. She is employed in the sterile processing department at Jefferson Regional Medical Center and once COVID-19 allows her to finish her studies, she will be joining the surgical department. Way to go Tabitha!
 
The second winner was J'Quan Brammer of Maumelle, AR. J'Quan is a surgical technology student at Baptist Health College of Little Rock and is a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, the National Society of Leadership and Success, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He is employed in the sterile processing department at CHI St Vincent, Little Rock with plans to move into the surgery department. Congratulations J'Quan! ARSA President Cindy Lewis (right) stands with Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarship winner J'Quan Brammer (left).
In the picture: ARSA President Cindy Lewis (right) stands with Daniel Castleberry Memorial Scholarship winner J'Quan Brammer (left).