Medicine and healthcare offer many solid career opportunities for young people. While most of these careers require years of high-level education, a group of students at McArthur High School are ready for the challenge.
They are members of the Pre-Med Club.
“My goal is to become a doctor,” said Jarisel Rodriguez, president of the club. “I hope to begin studying for my career at the University of Central Florida. I enjoy learning about medicine, and I like being a leader of the Pre-Med Club.”
Melissa Boone, a pre-med instructor at McArthur wants to encourage students to pursue careers in medicine and healthcare.
“There are many good opportunities in the health field and I want the students to prepare for careers in health,” Boone said.
Members of the Pre-Med Club participated in Mustangfest and enjoyed spending time together before the football game.