In the early morning of any ordinary Wednesday, warning bells were more silent than usual as students gathered for a different type of school day. Not just one that is as routine as every other day, but one that gathers the strength of multiple schools to learn more about life after it.
Held at the CalExpo in Sacramento, schools from far and wide combine as more than 8,000 students roam career specific buildings that hold information on their future endeavors. From Information Technology, to Entrepreneurship & Finance, to building 4 where you’ll find a booth held by Sutter Health & Gurnick Academy – where you find us.
Students roamed through our station to learn more about the possibilities of the medical field and it’s many opportune careers. Ranging from Medical Assistants and Nurse Assistants to the more popular Vocational Nurses and Radiology Technologists, students gathered to learn more about what we offer and how we partner with community hospitals to ensure proper training in their respective chosen field.
The medical field isn’t meant for everyone and you must hold the ability to care for others to ensure not only their safety but their wellness long after they have left your care. Granted, every job has there ups and downs, but the ups of someone in the medical field can be life changing. In the end, the students go about their days knowing that there’s a career field specifically geared for the better liveliness and quality life of each other.