Belmont Occupational Therapy Students Educate at High School Career Fair

Students at Career Fair booth

Belmont University Occupational Therapy students, with Professor Dr. Natalie Michaels, educated high school students about physical therapy and occupational therapy at the 2019 Health Sciences Career Fair last month at Hillwood High School.  

Many of the high school students were uncertain of the difference between the two therapies, but OTD students Chantè Bowens and Brittany Clark were on hand to help teach students about the benefits of each.

Lara Casey at booth

Lara Casey, undergraduate admissions coordinator for the College of Health Sciences at Belmont, was also present to answer questions and to inform students about the various health care majors available at Belmont.

This Career Fair, organized by Academy Coach for Hillwood High School Mary York, is held annually to inform students about the various career options available in the field of Health Sciences.