Teachers change lives by educating, inspiring, and guiding students throughout their academic journeys. When discussing the different roles of educators, career decision-making is among the top. This is because educators are involved in the early stages of career exploration, encouraging students’ relationships between their interests and education.
Nine of the top fifteen fastest growing occupations are in the health career field, which means many of your students may have a future in health care! Are you prepared to guide those students toward success?
To help educators know more about these health care careers so they may better guide and advise students, the Northeast Missouri Area Health Education Center (NEMO AHEC) in conjunction with the Northeast RPDC is hosting a two-hour, after-school professional development opportunity for middle school/high school educators in the region.
The Camp will include fun, hands-on health-science activities to explore the robust and diverse careers is health care, as well as the opportunity to learn ways to build connections between the classroom and these careers.
May 9, 2019 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Professional Development hours available if registered by May 3rd!