The field trip was intended to expose students to KVCC’s new state-of-the-art medical training facility, as well as introduce and excite them about KVCC.
The students participated in a discussion with KVCC’s Strengths Ambassador, Phi Theta Kappa students, and KVCC student recruitment, as well as toured through the nursing labs, simulation center, Respiratory, and EMT areas.
Throughout the tour, the biomedical STEM students were able to see robotic manikins in-action. The manikins provide training opportunities for students in the medical field.
“It was very exciting that a community college would have this much to offer in the culinary and allied health fields. The simulation manikins were awesome. The students here are truly exposed to realistic training in the nursing field,” said Collin Goldsberry, a Gobles High School student.