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OPSU Success Story: Nancy Snow

By Danae Moore on 02/20/2014 During a recent lunch meeting, Members of the OPSU Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) organization enjoyed a visit from Nancy Snow. Snow is an OPSU graduate and she spoke about her Information Technician (IT) job at Toot During a recent lunch meeting, Members of the OPSU Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) organization enjoyed a visit from Nancy Snow. Snow is an OPSU graduate and she spoke about her Information Technician (IT) job at Toot

Goodwell, Okla. — In the midst of a semester full of courses, reaching the ultimate goal of a job after graduation can get lost amidst attending class, completing homework and cramming for exams. There's nothing like hearing job experiences first-hand from a graduate in one's particular field of study to get you looking forward to the future!

During a recent lunch meeting, Nancy Snow, an OPSU graduate, spent time with members of OPSU's Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) team sharing experiences from her IT (Information Technician) job at Toot 'n Totum in Amarillo, Texas. At any given time she and a group of four other IT's at Toot 'n Totum manage over 800 devices in what currently totals 73 stores around the Texas Panhandle. Snow has a wide range of responsibilities from telephone and surveillance systems to networking and point of sale operations and a great portion of her work is hands on. It isn't unusual to find her climbing ladders and running wires for the many different systems throughout the store.

Snow graduated from OPSU in May of 2008 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems.

Snow commented on her four years at OPSU saying, "My success in my career field would not have been possible without the support, encouragement, understanding, and determination of the instructors at OPSU. If it weren't for OPSU, I wouldn't be where I am now."


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