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Friday, December 07, 2007

Career Decisions Made Easier!

Students in Talladega City Schools have an advantage when making career choices for their future due to the courses offered through the Career Tech Center at Talladega High School.

For example, students with a desire to work in the health care industry can take Health Academic Foundations, which provides an opportunity to become competent healthcare workers. After mastering the foundation’s course, students may enroll in Health Diagnostics, a course designed to introduce students to therapeutic innovations and dynamics of diagnostic nucleus.

The last course dealing with healthcare is Health Science A Continuum or an internship.
All of these courses are taught by Amy Stephens, the coordinator of this popular program and employee of Talladega City and Baptist BMC .

During this third course, students with good discipline records and the prerequisite courses begin their internship at Citizens BMC. The hospital provides name badges and TB tests. These interns, under Mrs. Stephen’s leadership, visit 3 times a week, 2 hours per day until the end of April. The final product of this course is a student-produced powerpoint and presentation of their experience in the program.

This opportunity allows students to be in the “real world” and feel what it is like to actually work in the medical field. What a wonderful advantage they have!


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