The HOSA Fall Leadership Conference was recently held at Newberry College. Student from Erin Shiver’s Health Science program at R. B. Stall High School were able to tour the college while there and participate in many career awareness activities. They visited an exhibit fair of competitive events, discussed medical reserve opportunities, participated in team building activities, and learned about the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and best practices for a forensic investigation. They also got to build relationships with students on the same education track from throughout the state.
Students in Ms. Erin Shiver’s Health Science program at R. B. Stall High School recently visited and toured ECPI University. They met with experienced professionals and discussed how to best prepare for careers in medical fields like MA (medical assisting), HCA (health care administrator), and LPN (licensed practical nursing). Students also got to play an interactive electronic “Jeopardy” review game at the end of the tour.
Health Science majors from throughout Charleston County School District were highlighted in the Aug 29 edition of the MUSC Catalyst for their participation in this summer’s MUSC Nursing Career Camp.
Students examine various medical instruments and nursing equipment, trying to guess the name and purpose of each piece as part of an exercise. Campers worked with nurse educators getting career advice and professional training. photo by Emily Upshur, MUSC Public Relations