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Nov
07

Attleboro HS Mini Career Fair

Cristina Barros and Rhonda Jermyn were invited to participate in the first of its kind fair at Attleboro High School. While some students were taking the PSAT exam, the guidance department coordinated an alternate plan for juniors and seniors that are pursuing a different track. Students interested in technical schools had the opportunity to rotate through […]

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Nov
07

“Creating a Dream Team” Workshop

On Sunday, October 23rd, Melanie Quinn, Elizabeth Seetaram, Colin Oravec, and Chasity Titus attended a breakfast and lecture at the Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center. The workshop was run by Sheila A. Clancy, CDA, MBA. Ms. Clancy is a Past President of the Massachusetts Dental Assistants Association and has been counseling dental offices […]

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Nov
07

Halloween STI Style

On Thursday, October 28th, the STI Student Council sponsored a Fall Festival. Students from the Practical Nurse, Medical Assisting, and Dental Assisting programs competed for the Best Dressed Door. They were all fantastic and very creative which made the judging extremely difficult but in the end the Practical Nurse students won! A delicious lunch was […]

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Nov
05

More Cooking with STI One-Night Sessions Available Now!

Sessions available now at STI in South Easton, MA to learn new skills and techniques from our Chef instructors. These small classes (limited to eight) are available to anyone 16 years old and over thinking about joining the culinary industry, or someone that just wants to get better at making appetizers, cooking soups and baking […]

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Oct
13

Medical Assistants are the Heart of Health Care

The Medical Assisting students are really looking forward to hearing two guest speakers this month. Lee Somerville, RDH, MS, Manager, Professional Education, Northeast, Phillips Oral Healthcare, Phillips North America. Ms. Somerville will speak to the students about inter-disciplinary collaborative care between medical and dental professionals. She will identify the oral-systemic interrelationships in the cardiovascular and endocrine […]

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Oct
13

Pathways to Your Future

Chef Peterson and Rhonda Jermyn recently represented STI at the Pathways to Your Future event at Easton Middle School. Its purpose was to provide information to students about careers and to help them connect education to future careers. We had the opportunity to speak to several hundred sixth, seventh, and eighth graders about our school […]

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Oct
13

STI Culinary Arts at the Xfinity Center

At The Taste of Tri Town on October 4th, Chef Peterson and Chef Perry once again outdid themselves by offering an amazing menu to please any palate! It included fresh squeezed green apple lemonade, poached tuna sliders with a tarragon mayonnaise, and a creamy chocolate torte. We’ll keep you posted on our next tasting – you […]

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Oct
13

Fall River Career Exploration Workshop

In an effort to expand visibility in the Bristol County area, STI’s Admissions Advisor, Rhonda Jermyn, was invited to present at a workshop that took place at the Fall River Career Center. According to Connie Saraiva, Employment Counselor, this is a mandatory  workshop for clients seeking training and/or employment and  want to utilize the center’s full array of services.  Rhonda had […]

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Sep
23

Nursing Board News from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing

The Nursing Board’s 2016 newsletter, Nursing Board News, is now available. Nursing Board News is e-published annually in July/August and is one of the strategies the Board uses to fulfill its statutory mandate to inform nurse licensees and other constituencies about changes in laws and regulations related to nurse licensure, and nursing education and practice. Read […]

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Sep
16

September is Fruit & Veggies – More Matters Month!

Did you know that fewer than 1 in 7 adults eat the recommended amount of vegetables every day? According to ChooseMyPlate.gov, there are many reasons to have a diet rich in vegetables and fruit, including reducing the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes. The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has released a toolkit that can help […]

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