You want and need to lead to the expansion of the Bettendorf vocational training program in health sciences Local education

You want and need to lead to the expansion of the Bettendorf vocational training program in health sciences  Local education

Being able to have a look at what health care has to offer professionally is critically important, Rebecca Eastman, the Bettendorf school board president, said.

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  • Funding for the health sciences program was provided in part by the Scott County Regional Authority, according to the district. Money was also obtained through a federal grant designed to encourage career and technical education.

  • “We’re incredibly proud to have the opportunity to offer this program,” Eastman said.

Rosetta Schulte, who is enrolled in the CNA class, said she wants to be a pediatric nurse.

“I love helping people, I love working with kids,” Schulte said.

Schulte, a junior, said she started getting interested in health care because she watched a lot of “Grey’s Anatomy.” While she knows a lot of what happens on that drama is fictional, the medical aspects of the show still caught her interest.

Through the CNA course, she is hoping to further her experience with the real-world requirements of a health care career: learning more about human anatomy and practicing on people.

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