Club helps students diagnose potential medical careers
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Career exploration, applying classroom knowledge and getting plugged in to a school-based social outlet combine in the Jefferson City High School Medical Club.
“Many students think they’re interested in medicine, but they have no experience,” said co-sponsor Sue Ellen Beek. “This gives them a chance to get out and see a variety of things they could do.”
The club holds regular meetings where local health care professionals talk about their fields.
“It’s not just doctors and nurses,” said president Liz Tanner.
Related information of interest:
The Jefferson City High School Medical Club will host its annual Health Fair with about 30 vendor booths from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday at Jefferson City High School. A blood drive will benefit Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center.