More than a third of students from low‑income households
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CPR Training For Aspiring Urban EMT Students
My students need a Basic Buddy Convenience Pack for CPR training in order to graduate from our Medical Technology program with CPR certification and attend Skyline College's EMT program the following year
Oh! The Places They Will Go! Our continuation high school has just started a Medical Technology program and we need to train them in CPR and First Aid so they can go on to become an EMT or paramedic!
I teach 11th and 12th graders at a continuation high school in the bay area, and we are building a career tech program which will prepare our students to work in the medical industry, ensuring a well-paying career.
Many of our students have children of their own, are homeless, or have very difficult home lives.
This CPR training pack will allow our students to learn how to perform CPR in a hands-on, real life way; rather than by watching a video as they are currently having to do. I am going to be certified to be a CPR trainer this summer and this will allow our students to not have to pay an outside source to receive their certification.
This project is vital to the future and success of students who may have very few career options - and who love the medical field.
These students will be the advanced class who have already succeeded in my intro course.
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