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    Eight Germantown High School students got an in-hospi-tal view of healthcare careers during a three week "acade-my" program over the summer.

    Several of the students spoke about their experiencesduring a presentation at the Sept. 9 Germantown SchoolBoard meeting.

    Germantown High School teacher Diane Seramurexplained the academy program at Community MemorialHospital occurred just before school started, and is similar toacademy programs the hospital conducts with theMenomonee Falls and Hamilton districts.

    Under the academy, students go through various rota-tions of hospital operations. The students then gave final pre-sentations before hospital staff members, parents and highschool staff member. The presentations included posters thatwere created by the students.

    The Germantown students who participated the acade-my were Mikayla Bardele, Zachary Daniel, Rachel Fleisner,Sydney Langmann, Kelli Paluch, Katharine Shebesta, DrakeWest and Angela Wolter.

    Langmann said she entered the programming thinkingshe wanted to be a physician's assistant.

    "Luckily, this experience changed my mind. I now realizeI want to be a traveling nurse," she said.

    Fleisner said she had an idea about becoming a radiol-ogist and decided to keep that choice for her future careerfield.

    "I was pleased to find out I could make it through sur-gery and that was of my highlights," she said.

    Bardele said she had no idea what her career path

    would be coming into the program but was attracted to the

    laboratory, nursing, orthopedics and cancer care fields.Wolter explained her "Hospital 5000" poster, saying it

    represents how every part of the hospital works together tocreate one functioning machine. She said she entered theprogram thinking she wanted to pursue a career in psychia-try. However, she became interested in surgery while in the

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    An up close look at health care careersStudents describe academy experience

    Germantown High School student Angela Wolterdescribes her experience at the three weekHealthcare Academy program at CommunityMemorial Hospital in late summer during a presenta-tion about the program at the Sept. 9 School Boardmeeting. In the background is high school teacherDiane Seramur. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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