Noah Gaither has the “IT” factor

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Noah Gaither has the “IT” factor

Noah Gaither standing next to one of the medical robots

Noah Gaither standing next to one of the medical robots

Provided by InTouch Health

Noah Gaither standing next to one of the medical robots

Provided by InTouch Health

Provided by InTouch Health

Noah Gaither standing next to one of the medical robots

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Graduated students of Orcutt Academy’s class of 2018 have started their life after OA. One Orcutt alumni, Noah Gaither, has kept himself busy with work, cars, and school since graduating in 2018.

 

After graduation, Gaither was offered a job interning for InTouch Health, a telematics company based on delivering high-quality care to patients needing medical attention through technology. The company, based in Goleta, California, creates new technology, such as medical robots, allowing doctors in another state to see and help diagnose patients hundreds of miles away equipped with special medical tools.

 

Gaither works as an IT support intern and works to support technological infrastructure inside the company by assisting the users that have issues with their computers. “It’s great being interactive with everyone that works there. Everyone is very cool and I consider a lot of them my friends.” Gaither states, “It’s just fun to be in a talkative environment and support a good company.”

 

Although it’s a long commute for Gaither living in Orcutt, he often enjoys the drive back when the sun goes down and he can look at the ocean. “There are some really fun roads I like to take on the way back if I get bored,” Gaither says. As a car fanatic, Gaither spends a lot of his free time working on his car, a 2017 Hyundai Elantra. He enjoys going to car meets to meet up with his friends and see the cars people have suped up.

 

Juggling his full time job in Goleta and his passion for cars, Gaither is still attending college at Allan Hancock College. “My current plan is to get a bachelor’s in computer science and after that, going for a Master’s in business.”

 

With such a busy schedule, Gaither still finds time to hang out with his friends and enjoy his life away from high school. Orcutt Academy loves to see what the alumni have accomplished thus far. We can’t wait to see what successes are yet to come for Noah Gaither.

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