Published on February 16, 2023
Over 250 area high school students are signed up to participate in John A. Logan College’s Healthcare and Public Service Day on Thursday, February 16. Organizers have a day of sessions designed to expose students to career opportunities in healthcare and public service. The event begins with a welcome session in the O’Neil Auditorium at 9 AM. Students can then pick five sessions to attend.
“We have designed the sessions to showcase career opportunities and the state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding instructors we have in each of these programs.,” said Manager of Student Life and Recruitment April Martinez. “We hope that seeing a hands-on demonstration will capture a student’s interest and that they will see the career opportunities right here in southern Illinois.”
Allied Health & Public Service at John A. Logan College strives to meet our district’s varied health care and public service education needs. Students can visit various programs Thursday, including cosmetology, criminal justice, dental assisting, diagnostic medical sonography, early childhood education, emergency medical services, medical assisting, medical lab technician, nursing, occupational therapy, biomedical electronics, and allied health admissions. Sessions begin at 9 AM and will meet for 20 minutes per session, concluding at 1:40 PM.