As part of a career guidance project for high school students, an interactive exhibition “School-College-University-Employer” was held in the shopping and entertainment megacomplex “Grinn”. The project participants were 24 educational organizations, or rather 7 universities and 17 colleges of our region.
The exposition of Kursk State University at this exhibition was one of the most visited. And the first person to see it was the governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit. The head of the region stressed that the need for specialist doctors, as well as pharmacists will only increase future.
Applicants at the KSMU exposition had something to see! And not only to see something, but also to learn how to provide first aid on a special breadboard model that breathes, blinks and even talks and cries. Under the strict guidance of future dental technicians, guests of the exhibition could make a tooth out of wax, as well as get the consultation on the properties of various medicinal herbs from future pharmacists.
The exposition was also attended by students of KSMU – participants of special Olympiads in emergency care skills, disguised as victims with open fractures and serious injuries, who also told how to behave in case of an emergency.
In addition to interesting information, visitors of the exposition received small surprises for memory: herbal teas, as well as an apple and soap in the shape of a tooth, made by future dental technicians.