Find a career in one night
by Lisa Tome
Hailey Delano has been enrolled in the Cecil School of Technology's Academy of Health Professions program for a mere eight weeks.
She can already draw blood like a pro.
"It's great. You actually do hands on. This is not something everyone else does," said Delano, who is a junior at Rising Sun High School.
At an upcoming event, students can come for an evening and leave with a career plan.
The annual Cecil County School of Technology open house is set for Wednesday, November 15 from 6-8 p.m.
Careers are in bloom
Although he's still in high school, Bradley Hall knows a great deal about running a greenhouse.
Hall, a student at both Rising Sun High and Cecil School of Technology's Natural Resources program, is working in the school's greenhouse this Christmas season.
There is a sea of poinsettias to be tended and rows of hanging baskets to be watered. He and his classmates will also be making grave blankets, wreaths, and fresh flower arrangements.