Seaway Career and Technical Education Center students explore careers in trauma medicine
Monday, December 3, 2012 - 2:40 pm

Students from Seaway Tech in Norwood explore medical career options in Syracuse. From left in front: Samantha Richards(St Lawrence)Danielle Forquor (St. Lawrence), Zachary Snyder (Potsdam), MaKayla Ormsby (Potsdam), Megan Stevenson (Norwood,) Alyssa Cutler ( Norwood), Brooke Locy (Colton), Schiler Ashley (Madrid), Emily Uppstrom (Madrid), Alexis Lacroix (Norwood), Rachel Ward (Massena), Mrs. Saxby, Allied Health Instructor, Stephenie Peets(St. Lawrence.) Back Row, left to right: Isaiah Johnson (Colton), Isaac LaShomb (Massena), Cody Burns (St. Lawrence), Tyler Sunday (Massena), Kyle Montroy (St. Lawrence), Tyler Smith (St.Lawrence). Joshua Cook (Norwood), and Alison Whitton ( Massena).

NORWOOD -- Allied Health senior high school students from Seaway Career and Technical Education Center recently took a trip to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse.

The trip allowed students to explore the career options in trauma medicine and to experience an urban hospital setting.