RE: The future of Histotechs
|From:||"Hoye, Glenda F. (Fka Hood)" |
Another of my 2-cents....
ASCP actually took out a full-page ad in the Biology Teachers journal or magazine recently, with information about the laboratory fields certified by ASCP as a viable option for biology-minded people.
Also, there's nothing wrong with targeting even younger audiences -- get involved with elementary, middle and high schools for career day participation -- you don't have to be smooth, just excited about your jobs! NSH and ASCP have materials that you can use as hand-outs, or take some slides to show under a scope -- maybe a section of a hot dog or a a worm for the little ones!
All this talk is great! keep it up and get us into action!
Glenda Hoye, again
From: Don Skaggs [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 8:17 AM
Subject: RE: The future of Histotechs
Tim Morken wrote:
"I feel the real issue is that people are unaware the field even exists."
I believe Tim hit the nail on the head, and now I feel compelled to throw in my 2 cents. Is there any way histology could be promoted at a high school level? With all it's hands-on science, I think histology could be a very interesting part of a high school biology class. Or it could even be integrated into some broader college science classes. Which leads me to another question: who could/would promote it? NSH or state societies? Possibly some pathology product manufacturers? If you build it, will they come? Somebody tell me if I'm out of my mind here.
"You cannot un-ring a bell." - Paul Harvey
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