“There will really be something for everybody at the Health Sciences Look and Learn event,” said WNCC Admissions Counselor Jolene Martin. “We’re excited for all the hands-on activities our students will be presenting, which give great insight on how much goes on behind the scenes in the healthcare field. Plus, we encourage the community to take advantage of the free blood pressure checks done by our WNCC nursing students.”
There will be plenty going on around the upcoming Western Nebraska Community College Health Sciences Look and Learn.
WNCC Surgical Technology students will set-up mock surgeries and sterile procedures. Free blood pressure checks will be available to the community. There will even be a booth specifically aimed at introducing children to the health sciences field.
Catch all of that and more at the WNCC Health Sciences Look and Learn on Saturday, March 30 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Scottsbluff Monument Mall. No registration is required and the event is free and open to the public.
The event will cover all of the health science programs at WNCC, which include nursing (LPN and ADN), Basic Nursing Assistant, Medication Aide, Surgical Technology, Emergency Medical Services, and Health Information Technology.
WNCC Admissions representatives and a Financial Aid associate will also be on-hand to answer any questions and present more information for students interested in joining a WNCC health science program. Plus, a representative of the Applied Information Management (AIM) Institute will present information on its free services for students.
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