Over 100 students grades 9-12th throughout Stanislaus County attended the 3rd Annual Destination Medicine Student Health Conference on February 9, 2019 at Stanislaus County Institute of Learning. This event was put together by The Stanislaus Medical Society and SCOE’s Educational Options Division. The event consisted of 6 workshops. Student’s had the opportunity to explore each workshop with hands on learning experiences in Wilderness Medicine, Suturing/Urgent Care, Radiology, Laparoscopy/Da Vinci, Nursing, and EMT-CPR.
This mentor-based program is designed to assist high school students as they transition to college, and to help college students as they transition to careers. We do this by pairing students with community members who can provide them with college and career guidance. These pairs agree to meet a minimum of six times during the school year to work toward this objective. The resources provided on this page are intended to assist you in this effort.
“Operation Backpack enables us to distribute backpacks to kids who wouldn’t have them otherwise and for us that’s huge,” said Changnon. “We invite the community to support the homeless and low-income children and their families by bringing new backpacks filled with school supplies to one of the drop-off locations throughout Modesto.” Additional information including a full listing of all drop-off locations, how to volunteer, and the option to give online, is available at www.stancoe.org/go/backpack
Watch a brief walkthrough of the new SCOE website.