Connecticut high school to offer medical career path


Manchester High School plans to offer a special career academy for students considering going into the medical field. The Journal Inquirer of Manchester reported that the medical careers academy will be offered to 10th- and 11th-graders. The school said staff will guide participants in activities ranging from researching careers to secondary education planning. The high school is working with the Eastern Connecticut Health Network, a local nursing home, and other area medical practices to give students the opportunity to job shadow or do internships. Students will also have the opportunity to attend workshops and attend guest lectures.

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