Old Forge students explore new careers

SUBMITTED PHOTO Old Forge 10th- and 11th-grade students recently took part in AIM HI, a career exploration event for 10th and 11th-grade public school students who have an interest in learning more about health care-related career opportunities. Some of the workshops included: radiology, rehabilitative therapy, medical technology, genetic research, information security and more. From left: 10th graders, Ava Aversa, Mia Nardone, Nick Rasmus and Mario Samony; chemistry teacher, Mrs. Rupprecht; 11th graders, George Jurnak, Olivia Ciullo and McKenzie Gaul; and 10th grader, Brooke Granko.

Old Forge 10th- and 11th-grade students recently took part in AIM HI, a career exploration event for 10th and 11th-grade public school students who have an interest in learning more about health care-related career opportunities. Some of the workshops included: radiology, rehabilitative therapy, medical technology, genetic research, information security and more. From left: 10th graders, Ava Aversa, Mia Nardone, Nick Rasmus and Mario Samony; chemistry teacher, Mrs. Rupprecht; 11th graders, George Jurnak, Olivia Ciullo and McKenzie Gaul; and 10th grader, Brooke Granko.

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