Hodges University Welcomes High School Students for Health Care Careers Workshop
In the midst of a rocky job market on the whole these days, careers in health care seem to be nearly Teflon. As a result, college programs in the health care field -- from nursing to pharmaceutical to EMT to ultrasound technician -- programs are more appealing than ever, and now Hodges University's School of Allied Health is opening its doors next week with workshops especially for high school students interested in the field.
The School of Allied Health at Hodges University, in conjunction with the Lee and Collier County School District's Medical Academies Advisory Boards, will host two healthcare careers workshops, specially designed for high school students in the local Medical Academies. The Collier County workshop will be held on May 6 at the Hodges - Naples campus, and the Lee County workshop will be held on May 8 at the Hodges - Ft. Myers campus. Both sessions begin at 8:30 a.m. At least 100 students will attend each day.
Students will have the option to choose from several different fields of health care, and the workshops will include interactive demonstrations such as taking an EKG reading or creating a dental mold. Students will also have the opportunity to meet and talk with working health care professionals.
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