By 1812Blockhouse

Ohio Health has initiated a groundbreaking paid internship program for Health Technology students at Mansfield Senior High School and Pioneer Career and Technology Center. This exceptional opportunity is available to seniors who have obtained their State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) certification. Two exemplary students from Mansfield Senior High have been selected for this prestigious program: Nayannah Brooks and Claire Basilone.

A Journey of Excellence

After a rigorous interview process, Nayannah and Claire distinguished themselves among the applicants, securing their places in the esteemed 2024-2025 internship program. Their dedication, skills, and passion for healthcare shone brightly, earning them these coveted positions.

  • Nayannah Brooks will be interning in the inpatient rehab unit, where she will gain hands-on experience in patient care and rehabilitation techniques.
  • Claire Basilone will be contributing her talents to the Oncology Unit, where she will be involved in providing care and support to cancer patients.

Real-World Experience and Learning Opportunities

This partnership with Ohio Health opens doors to invaluable real-world experience and learning opportunities for the students. Interning in such critical units will allow Nayannah and Claire to apply their classroom knowledge in practical settings, enhancing their skills and preparing them for future careers in healthcare. 🏥💡

The Importance of Health Technology Education

Health technology education is a multidisciplinary field that combines principles from human factors, user experience (UX) design, engineering, and healthcare. The goal is to train students in creating consumer-facing and medical technologies that support health and independence. By participating in this internship program, Nayannah and Claire will gain insight into the latest health technology practices and innovations, positioning them at the forefront of this rapidly evolving field.

Celebrating Achievement and Future Success

Nayannah and Claire’s selection for the Ohio Health internship program is a testament to their hard work, determination, and passion for healthcare. Their community eagerly anticipates seeing them thrive in their new roles and make a significant impact in their respective units. Congratulations on this well-deserved accomplishment! 🙌

About the Internship Program

Providing Practical Experience

The Ohio Health internship program is designed to provide Health Technology students with practical experience in various healthcare settings. By working alongside seasoned professionals, students like Nayannah and Claire will have the opportunity to:

  • Develop critical patient care skills
  • Understand the dynamics of healthcare teams
  • Learn about the latest technological advancements in healthcare
  • Gain insight into the daily operations of hospital units
Enhancing Career Prospects

Participation in this internship program not only enhances students’ educational experiences but also significantly boosts their career prospects. The hands-on training and exposure to real-world healthcare environments equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in their future careers.

Strengthening Community Ties

This program also strengthens the ties between educational institutions and healthcare providers, fostering a collaborative environment that benefits both students and the community. By investing in the education and training of young healthcare professionals, Ohio Health is contributing to the development of a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.

Source, Photo: Mansfield City Schools; Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

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