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‘NEO Guys’ Explore Nontraditional Careers


Boys check their heart rates in the nursing lab
Boys check their heart rates in the nursing lab
Nursing student Philip W. Waltz leads participants in a learning activity with an infant patient simulator
Nursing student Philip W. Waltz leads participants in a learning activity with an infant patient simulator
Students explore chemistry in the early childhood education program by making play putty
Students explore chemistry in the early childhood education program by making play putty

Outreach for K-12 hosted a group of seventh- and eighth-grade boys on campus Tuesday for “NEO Guys,” giving them a chance to explore nontraditional employment opportunities in four areas. Barbara J. Albert, early childhood education program specialist; Tushanna M. Habalar, learning lab coordinator for nursing; Todd M. Keeley, part-time instructor of baking and pastry arts; and Shawn A. Kiser, director of dental hygiene, as well as several students, provided the boys with fun hands-on activities to demonstrate the appeal of each career.

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