'Career Day' Whets Students' Appetite for Vocational Success
– Photos by Jennifer A. Cline, writer/editor-One College Avenue,
and Pamela A. Mix, secretary to the Earth Science Center executive director and assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies
Nicholas L. Stephenson, instructor of graphic design, offers assistance in a “Graphic Design for the Web” session.
A Central Mountain High School student plugs components into a Raspberry Pi, a computer that can fit into the palm of your hand but is powerful enough to run a home media center and more.
Students take notes during “Animation of Objects Using Industrial Automation Software” in the Center for Business & Workforce Development.
Students receive an introduction to engineering design and computer-aided drafting by building “The Wildcat” rollercoaster.
Tom Livingstone, associate professor of automated manufacturing and machining, talks with a group from Bermudian Springs High School amid the college’s electric discharge machining equipment.
Students learn about the field of health information.
Rhonda J. Seebold, part-time instructor of dental hygiene, speaks to a group.
Radiography students introduce a group to their field by first showing them sample X-rays.
Students visiting collision-repair facilities had the opportunity to learn how 1920s Ford Model T engines work.
A Monroe Career and Technical Institute student attempts the challenging Basketball Grab with an excavator.
Monroe students microscopically answer the question, "Do bugs and insects creep you out?" during a session at the Schneebeli Earth Science Center.