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Friday, November 8
 

9:00am PST

Certified Atheltic Trainer
Limited Capacity full

Andy Paulin was the Co- Head Athletic Trainer at Mt. San Antonio College from 1983 until his retirement in 2018. His responsibilities include leading the large football athletic training staff and directing the medical care of baseball, softball, and Men's & Women's Swimming. Andy was an Athletic Training Program Preceptor for Cal Baptist University, CSU Fullerton, CSU Long Beach, Azusa Pacific University, Univ. of La Verne and Chapman University. My colleagues and I are educated and employed in the Prevention, Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Sports- Related & Activity- Related Injuries & Conditions.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 9:35am PST
Room 20

9:00am PST

Hematology Clinical Account Specialist
Limited Capacity full

I work for a research and development company that develops targeted therapy for the treatment of cancer. We currently have a treatment for leukemia and lymphoma which are cancers of the blood.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 9:35am PST
Middle School Quad

9:00am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity full

A psychiatrist treats thoughts, feeling and behaviors when they are not working right. He/she uses methods such as talk therapy, medications, electricity and sometimes even strong magnets to treat them. Even meditation is being used nowadays. Just like people get physically ill when body is not working right, people get mentally ill when thoughts and feelings are not working right. We can’t see other persons thoughts and feelings, but we can still know them by asking them how they think and how they feel so that we can help them with it. The thoughts and feelings are subtle and a psychiatrist should be very sensitive and treat people with great respect and compassion.


Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 9:35am PST
Library

9:00am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Working as a registered nurse is such a rewarding career because I get to impact the lives of  many patients. As a stroke coordinator, I have the opportunity to coordinate with stroke unit for those who need long term success in improving outcomes. I love what I do and it’s amazing the lives we touch on a daily basis.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 9:35am PST
Room 27

9:00am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Physician Assistants (PA’s) work similar to doctors.  A PA will see you when you are sick. They can order tests and x-rays.  They can perform minor surgeries and they can even write prescriptions. It takes a Medical Doctor 8 years of schooling AFTER High School and another 4-6 years of specialized training before they are able to work on their own in that specialty.  (That’s 24 years of school!) Because a Physician Assistant works with a Doctor, they only need 6 years of schooling after High School and need to pass a final exam to become licensed. A PA can work in any medical specialty such as Family Practice, Pediatrics (Doctors for kids), Surgery and even the Emergency Department just to name a few. Physician Assistants are in high demand, meaning that there are a lot of jobs for them!  The average income for a PA in California is approximately $115,000 per year! Many PA’s make even more than that!

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 9:35am PST
Room 21

9:40am PST

Certified Atheltic Trainer
Limited Capacity filling up

Andy Paulin was the Co- Head Athletic Trainer at Mt. San Antonio College from 1983 until his retirement in 2018. His responsibilities include leading the large football athletic training staff and directing the medical care of baseball, softball, and Men's & Women's Swimming. Andy was an Athletic Training Program Preceptor for Cal Baptist University, CSU Fullerton, CSU Long Beach, Azusa Pacific University, Univ. of La Verne and Chapman University. My colleagues and I are educated and employed in the Prevention, Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Sports- Related & Activity- Related Injuries & Conditions.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:15am PST
Room 20

9:40am PST

Hematology Clinical Account Specialist
Limited Capacity filling up

I work for a research and development company that develops targeted therapy for the treatment of cancer. We currently have a treatment for leukemia and lymphoma which are cancers of the blood.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:15am PST
Middle School Quad

9:40am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity filling up

Working as a registered nurse is such a rewarding career because I get to impact the lives of  many patients. As a stroke coordinator, I have the opportunity to coordinate with stroke unit for those who need long term success in improving outcomes. I love what I do and it’s amazing the lives we touch on a daily basis.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:15am PST
Room 27

9:40am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity filling up

A psychiatrist treats thoughts, feeling and behaviors when they are not working right. He/she uses methods such as talk therapy, medications, electricity and sometimes even strong magnets to treat them. Even meditation is being used nowadays. Just like people get physically ill when body is not working right, people get mentally ill when thoughts and feelings are not working right. We can’t see other persons thoughts and feelings, but we can still know them by asking them how they think and how they feel so that we can help them with it. The thoughts and feelings are subtle and a psychiatrist should be very sensitive and treat people with great respect and compassion.


Friday November 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:15am PST
Library

9:40am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity full

Physician Assistants (PA’s) work similar to doctors.  A PA will see you when you are sick. They can order tests and x-rays.  They can perform minor surgeries and they can even write prescriptions. It takes a Medical Doctor 8 years of schooling AFTER High School and another 4-6 years of specialized training before they are able to work on their own in that specialty.  (That’s 24 years of school!) Because a Physician Assistant works with a Doctor, they only need 6 years of schooling after High School and need to pass a final exam to become licensed. A PA can work in any medical specialty such as Family Practice, Pediatrics (Doctors for kids), Surgery and even the Emergency Department just to name a few. Physician Assistants are in high demand, meaning that there are a lot of jobs for them!  The average income for a PA in California is approximately $115,000 per year! Many PA’s make even more than that!

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:15am PST
Room 21

10:35am PST

Certified Atheltic Trainer
Limited Capacity filling up

Andy Paulin was the Co- Head Athletic Trainer at Mt. San Antonio College from 1983 until his retirement in 2018. His responsibilities include leading the large football athletic training staff and directing the medical care of baseball, softball, and Men's & Women's Swimming. Andy was an Athletic Training Program Preceptor for Cal Baptist University, CSU Fullerton, CSU Long Beach, Azusa Pacific University, Univ. of La Verne and Chapman University. My colleagues and I are educated and employed in the Prevention, Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Sports- Related & Activity- Related Injuries & Conditions.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 10:35am - 11:10am PST
Room 20

10:35am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Working as a registered nurse is such a rewarding career because I get to impact the lives of  many patients. As a stroke coordinator, I have the opportunity to coordinate with stroke unit for those who need long term success in improving outcomes. I love what I do and it’s amazing the lives we touch on a daily basis.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 10:35am - 11:10am PST
Room 27

10:35am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

A psychiatrist treats thoughts, feeling and behaviors when they are not working right. He/she uses methods such as talk therapy, medications, electricity and sometimes even strong magnets to treat them. Even meditation is being used nowadays. Just like people get physically ill when body is not working right, people get mentally ill when thoughts and feelings are not working right. We can’t see other persons thoughts and feelings, but we can still know them by asking them how they think and how they feel so that we can help them with it. The thoughts and feelings are subtle and a psychiatrist should be very sensitive and treat people with great respect and compassion.


Friday November 8, 2019 10:35am - 11:10am PST
Library

10:35am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Physician Assistants (PA’s) work similar to doctors.  A PA will see you when you are sick. They can order tests and x-rays.  They can perform minor surgeries and they can even write prescriptions. It takes a Medical Doctor 8 years of schooling AFTER High School and another 4-6 years of specialized training before they are able to work on their own in that specialty.  (That’s 24 years of school!) Because a Physician Assistant works with a Doctor, they only need 6 years of schooling after High School and need to pass a final exam to become licensed. A PA can work in any medical specialty such as Family Practice, Pediatrics (Doctors for kids), Surgery and even the Emergency Department just to name a few. Physician Assistants are in high demand, meaning that there are a lot of jobs for them!  The average income for a PA in California is approximately $115,000 per year! Many PA’s make even more than that!

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 10:35am - 11:10am PST
Room 21

11:15am PST

Certified Atheltic Trainer
Limited Capacity seats available

Andy Paulin was the Co- Head Athletic Trainer at Mt. San Antonio College from 1983 until his retirement in 2018. His responsibilities include leading the large football athletic training staff and directing the medical care of baseball, softball, and Men's & Women's Swimming. Andy was an Athletic Training Program Preceptor for Cal Baptist University, CSU Fullerton, CSU Long Beach, Azusa Pacific University, Univ. of La Verne and Chapman University. My colleagues and I are educated and employed in the Prevention, Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Sports- Related & Activity- Related Injuries & Conditions.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 11:15am - 11:50am PST
Room 20

11:15am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity filling up

A psychiatrist treats thoughts, feeling and behaviors when they are not working right. He/she uses methods such as talk therapy, medications, electricity and sometimes even strong magnets to treat them. Even meditation is being used nowadays. Just like people get physically ill when body is not working right, people get mentally ill when thoughts and feelings are not working right. We can’t see other persons thoughts and feelings, but we can still know them by asking them how they think and how they feel so that we can help them with it. The thoughts and feelings are subtle and a psychiatrist should be very sensitive and treat people with great respect and compassion.


Friday November 8, 2019 11:15am - 11:50am PST
Library

11:15am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Physician Assistants (PA’s) work similar to doctors.  A PA will see you when you are sick. They can order tests and x-rays.  They can perform minor surgeries and they can even write prescriptions. It takes a Medical Doctor 8 years of schooling AFTER High School and another 4-6 years of specialized training before they are able to work on their own in that specialty.  (That’s 24 years of school!) Because a Physician Assistant works with a Doctor, they only need 6 years of schooling after High School and need to pass a final exam to become licensed. A PA can work in any medical specialty such as Family Practice, Pediatrics (Doctors for kids), Surgery and even the Emergency Department just to name a few. Physician Assistants are in high demand, meaning that there are a lot of jobs for them!  The average income for a PA in California is approximately $115,000 per year! Many PA’s make even more than that!

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 11:15am - 11:50am PST
Room 21

11:15am PST

Medicine/Health
Limited Capacity seats available

Working as a registered nurse is such a rewarding career because I get to impact the lives of  many patients. As a stroke coordinator, I have the opportunity to coordinate with stroke unit for those who need long term success in improving outcomes. I love what I do and it’s amazing the lives we touch on a daily basis.

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 11:15am - 11:50am PST
Room 27