Allied Health and NursingPrepare for careers in the healthcare profession, including as a nurse, an opportunity to become a State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA), pharmacy technician, respiratory therapist, phlebotomist, medical assistant, surgical technician, nutrition, dental assistant, and much more.
Students will develop unique skills within this program, including the technical skills needed to provide clinical assistance in patient care, emergency interventions (CPR, first-aid, AED), nutrition, vital signs, communication, patient advocacy, EKG skills and much more.Opportunities exist for students to put their newly acquired skills to use right away. Part of the training enables them to participate in real-life experiences and clinicals at area healthcare facilities where they assist with patient care under the supervision of a nurse. They assist with the vision & hearing screenings at all of the schools in our district, and take part in sharing their STEM learning activities with younger students, and to engage in mass casualty scenarios provided by local colleges.
Program HighlightsStudents within this program can prepare for any postsecondary pathway, but the Stebbins program has defined agreements with Sinclair Community College and Wright State University with opportunities to be directly admitted into their nursing programs or allied health programs.
Opportunities exist to earn a $3,000 scholarship to Sinclair Community College, as well as the STNA Certification, CPR and first aid certification, and various college credits.Job shadowing and internship opportunities exist at local healthcare facilities including Kettering Health Network, Premier Health Network, Kroger Pharmacy, Cypress Pointe Health Campus and more.Local area professionals often serve as guest speakers sharing current life experiences relevant to their studies.Students work with area hospital representatives to create community outreach events.