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Faculty Pitch Health Careers at Regional ‘Awareness Day’


Wellsboro students learn about dental hygiene careers, straight from the mannequin's mouth.
Wellsboro students learn about dental hygiene careers, straight from the mannequin’s mouth.
Justin M. Ingram uses brains to make students mindful of their vocational options.
Justin M. Ingram uses brains to make students mindful of their vocational options.

Shawn A. Kiser, Penn College’s director of dental hygiene, and Justin M. Ingram, assistant professor of biology, collaborated to provide hands-on recruitment at the 2017 Tioga County Health Career Awareness Day. The event was held Nov. 8 at Wellsboro Area High School. Ingram provided an overview on the human brain; Kiser provided the opportunity for students to “clean” a mannequin’s teeth and place dental sealants. The event attracted about 150 area high school students.
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