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From left, Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Health Services students Mackenzie Maines (Brocton), Courtney Cassatt (Cassadaga) and Paige Errington (Lake Shore) meet with E.J. Hayes, Cassadaga Job Corps admissions counselor, to explore their options after they complete their program.
Submitted photo ”This is a great opportunity for our students to see what’s out there waiting for them,” said MaryLou Chimenti, Hewes Center health services instructor. ”The work they are doing here on a day-to-day basis is preparing them for the next step in their lives. Some will go on to colleges for further study, and others will choose to join the workforce immediately so meeting with these organizations is the next logical step in their career.” One student exploring her options was Cheyenne Miller from Jamestown, ”I’d like to go on to college and become a nurse, and I want to stay and work in this area. I’m from here, and I want to give back to my community by helping people as a nurse.” On hand to meet with the students were representatives from the BOCES licensed practical nurse program, The Cassadaga Job Corps licensed practical nursing program, the Heritage Group, The Tanglewood Group, Hultquist Place, Aspire and the WCA Home. ”Career fairs like this are a great opportunity for both our program and the students in the health services class,” said Amanda Merchant, BOCES licensed practical nurse instructor. ”We get to explain to them how our program works and what is available to them, and they get a healthy amount of information to make decisions on what’s best for their future. It’s a win-win situation, and we are happy to be a part of it.” The students at both centers will be busy for the rest of the year as the juniors continue to learn more in the classroom, and the seniors put their skills and knowledge on display at their internship sites. ”The school year is moving fast,” Chimenti said. ”We’re proud of what our students have accomplished so far, but there’s always more to learn, and it makes for extremely packed days of book study and lab work. The good thing is, for these kids, it’s a labor of love.” The Hewes Center and LoGuidice Centers offers 12 and 10 two-year chronic traumatic encephalopathy programs, respectively.

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