Lecture series at Staten Island hospital gives teens ideas about health care careers
March 17, 2014
What do you want to be? It’s a question kids get asked all the time and for teenagers the questions only intensify.
Knowing what you want to do, knowing what there is to do and knowing what training and education is required to do it are all pressing issues in high school.
For those who have a vague idea that they would like to work in the medical field or may even know they want to be a doctor or a physical therapist, answers can be found at a series of lectures provided by experts at Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH).
New York City Wins 29 Medals in Statewide SkillsUSA Competition
May 12, 2014
New York City public high schools placed high in the statewide SkillsUSA Competition at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse. Over 2,000 students competed in 82 categories like 3D Visualization, Construction Skills, IT Technologies and Health Care. Eleven New York City schools sent their biggest contingent yet, winning 29 medals in a broad set of contests. Many winners will go on to the SkillsUSA National Finals in June in Kansas City.