Students in West Shore’s Health Careers program came in second place and earned $500 in a contest sponsored by MetroHealth Medical Center. The students were challenged to create a 60-second educational video on the topic of Multiple Sclerosis. In this annual contest, teens are asked to educate other teens on brain health topics in a creative and informative way.
The Health Careers class of 2015 worked in groups submitting four videos to the contest.The MetroHealth’s Neurodiagnostic Department held a reception for the students on Tuesday, March 10 to showcase the department and announce the winners. The videos will be posted on MetroHealth’s Youtube channel. Health Careers instructor Jackie Smith commented, “I am very proud of the efforts made by my students and so glad they were able to be recognized. We will use the prize money to offset some of our student activity costs."