Hamilton students learn about healthcare careers

Eight Hamilton High School students had the opportunity to learn about different healthcare careers as a result of the participation in Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital’s 2013 Healthcare Career Academy. To be selected for the program, students submitted formal applications which were reviewed by high school staff members. Successful applicants were interviewed by a team of hospital and high school staff. The students spent three weeks at Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital for four hours each day. The experience provided students with a well-balanced approach toward healthcare career exposure by shadowing and learning from professionals in various departments.

 

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Photo caption: (from left) Hamilton High School science teacher Stephanie Shoemaker; Hamilton High School students Jessica Neumann, Joyce Chen, Madeline Fritz, Natalie Ferschl, Katlyn Pollari, Hannah Menzia, Kelsey Mulholland and Aspyn Gruber; and Community Memorial Hospital Learning Coordinator of Organizational Development and Education Jan Koleas, R.N.