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February 6, 2013

Shadowers introduced to careers in medicine

— Staff photo by Cathy Spaulding

Alicia Williams of Eufaula puts her hands under a fluorescent light held by Connors State College nursing instructor Angela Martindale to see whether they are completely clean. Watching the action are Brittany Anderson of Muskogee and Marissa Jackson of Eufaula, right. Young people from across eastern Oklahoma participated in a job-shadowing event Wednesday sponsored by the Eastern Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board. The group visited CSC’s West Campus, Indian Capital Technology Center, EASTAR Health System and Three Rivers Clinic.

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