We are having an HVAC Job Fair on March 8, 2017 from 11:00AM – 1:00PM on campus, located at 8820 Jewella Ave. in Shreveport.
The following Companies have already confirmed that they will be here, talking to HVAC Tech students and graduates about job opportunities:
Jean Simpson Personnel Services, Inc.
Boomtown Casino & Hotel
Fairfield Property Management
Sam’s Town Casino & Hotel
Lowes, Hall’s Heating and Air
Storer Equipment Company
We invite all current students and graduates to come talk to these employers!
Not yet an HVAC student? If you’re ready to take the next step towards a rewarding and exciting career as an HVAC Technician, the right training makes all the difference! Financial Assistance is available to those that qualify.
Learn how Ayers Career College can help you reach your career goals. Request free information today, or give us a call at 1-800-317-0131 to learn more about our HVAC training program, financial assistance, and job placement opportunities!
Did you know: it takes several hundred blood donations every week to meet the needs of patients in our area!? LifeShare Blood Centers will be at the Ayers Career College campus several times this year collecting blood donations to help fill the community’s blood supply. LifeShare will arrive on campus around 9:45am for setup of the mobile donation center. To ensure efficiency, donor safety, and to provide a good experience for everyone, students can schedule a donation time to give a blood donation between 10:00am – 1:00pm.
If you would like to know if you are eligible to donate blood, or to schedule your donation time, please speak with Chuck Stripling, or stop by the font desk. Help us reach our goal of 15 donors each time LifeShare is on campus, and become blood donor if you can! Your donations help save lives right here in our community!
This Veteran’s Day, we want to acknowledge and honor our Military Veteran staff and students for their sacrifices & commitment to serving our country.
Over the years, there have been many veterans that have taught at our school, and graduated from our training programs. Today we honor and thank our current staff members and students for their sacrifices, courage and bravery.
Our students are:
Marcus Boles (US Army), Andre Carey (US Army), Gerald Ross (US Navy), Williams Shepherd (US Army), Timothy Stepps (US Marines), Christopher Venable (US Army), Jeremy Walker (US Army), D’Anthony Williams (US Marines), Aubree Woodson (Army National Guard), and William Swaim (US Army)
Our staff members are:
Amber Borrego (US Army), Jesse Cummings (US Air Force),
and Paul Shores (US Navy)
Ayers Career College is proud to support our men and women uniform. We proudly participate in financial assistance programs that can assist veteran and active duty service members receive high quality, yet affordable career training in the Healthcare, Electronic, and HVAC industries.
For more information on our career training programs, or financial assistance options, please contact us today at 1-800-317-0131.
Who will be here? Glad you asked! You’ll be able to network and speak to:
University Health, Bombina (MD), Walgreens, City of Shreveport, Jean Simpson. Elwood Staffing, Pill Box Pharmacy (Medic), Service Experts, David Raines, Advanced Air, Arc of Shreveport/Bossier, and Fairfield Property Management…and more!
Let us know you’ll be there! Tell us you’re going on our Facebook page!
This post will be updated with more information as it becomes available, including, but not limited to, employers or companies that have confirmed their attendance to this job fair. Last update: 09/12/2016
YEEEE HAAAAA…! We are collecting school supplies for Westwood Elementary Cowboys! The school supply collection is from July 18, 2016 – August 9, 2016 and we will deliver supplies to the school August 12.
Westwood Elementary has won many awards in the last couple of years for their scholastic improvement, and they have an award winning principal, Rene Ellis (they call her Sheriff Ellis!)
Ayers Career College will be collecting school supplies to be donated to the students at Westwood Elementary school. All school supplies will be accepted, however the students are in most need of #2 pencils and wide-ruled loose paper.
Here is a general list of school supplies most often needed by students:
#2 Pencils • Wide-ruled loose-leaf paper • Colored pencils • Markers • Ballpoint pens • Highlighters • Pencil sharpeners • Large pink erasers • Spiral-bound or composition notebooks • Rulers • Pencil cases • Pocket folders • Index cards • Calculators • Construction paper • Glue or glue sticks • Scotch tape • Scissors
Please bring your donations to the front desk. Thank you for your support in helping out the kids in our community!
Ayers Career College is proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 Red River Balloon Rally!
If you live in Shreveport, you probably saw the start of the practice flights on Wednesday morning.
This week, 50 hot air balloons will be practicing and competing from July 14 – 21. The 2016 Red River Balloon Rally will be held at LSU’s Shreveport campus, with the main events on July 15 and 16. There will be a concert each night with different artists, and nightly balloon glows.
The Balloon Rally begins Friday at 4:00pm, gates close at 11:30pm. Saturday, the rally will open at 5:45am, with gates closing at 11:00am. Gates then reopen at 4:00pm and close at 11:30pm.
“Do a little time, do a lot of good!” Ayers Career College participated in this years MDA-Lockup for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Darlene Robinson (Dean of Student Affairs) was “arrested” by Deputy Hogan to help raise money and awareness for the MDA. She was able to raise $200 as donation to the cause!
- The MDA fights to free individuals — and the families who love them — from the harmful effects of muscular dystrophy, ALS and related life-threatening diseases so they can live longer and grow stronger.
When you go behind bars for MDA, the money you raise will fund researchers working to find breakthroughs across diseases and uncover treatments and cures. Your contribution will also give kids and adults living with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases the care they need from the moment of diagnosis, and will empower families with life-enhancing resources and support. Programs like MDA summer camp, support groups for families, and equipment assistance are all ways MDA uses the money you raise to make a meaningful impact. mda.org
Ayers Career College participates in the MDA Lockup in honor of HVAC student Chris Venable, whose son is effected by Muscular Dystrophy.
In observation of the 4th of July holiday, our campus is closed on Monday, July 4 – we have no classes scheduled for the day. We’ll be back and open as normal on Tuesday, July 5.
Please have a happy – and safe! – 4th of July weekend celebration!
When: Monday, June 20, 2016,
4:30pm – 6:30pm
Where: Ayers Career College
8820 Jewella Avenue Shreveport, LA 71108
Expand your health care career! The demand for workers in health related fields extend far beyond nursing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Healthcare occupations are expected to grow by 19% from 2014 to 2024 — much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.3 million new jobs!
Join us today from 4:30pm-6:30pm to find out more about expanding your healthcare career or getting it started. There will be information available on many healthcare careers including phlebotomy, pharmacy technician, medical assistant, and medical office. There will also be food, fun, and prizes!
On Wednesday, June 8, 2016, Ayers Career College welcomed Mayor Ollie Tyler and Director of Economic Development Arlena Acree to the campus to be a part of the “Celebrating Vocational Education and Training” event. They were able to tour the school, and visit with students in each of our programs… and of course, we finished the visit off with cake!