It is expected that by 2022 there will be 1.1 million carpentry jobs available. Some of the benefits of being a carpenter include being self employed, being able to work outside, it’s physical work and everyday is different. Did you know that carpenters in Maine on average earn around $40,000 a year?
Business Academy – Medical Assisting students preparing for eight weeks of clinicals, whereas they will be going to actual businesses experiencing their area of interest careers in the medical field. The students have worked very hard for this phenomenal learning opportunity. A sincere thank you to all of our clinical sites!
BHS sophomore Blaise Michaud has taken over as the lead designer on our long-term internship with local company Mug-Buddy Cookies. This is a great learning experience where a BRCOT Engineering student gets to use 3D Computer-Aided-Design to develop custom cookie cutter shapes, print them on our 3D printers, and follow the process though to production…
Sara Merryfield, former COT Business Academy – Medical Assisting student returned to class to talk about her career. Sara is a Radiology and Cat Scan Technician full time at York Hospital. She also works in this capacity per diem at SMHC and Mercy Hospitals.
Former COT Business Academy – Medical Assisting Students return to talk to current students about their college experiences. Thank you to these very impressive young ladies: Lauren Russell – Husson University, Mikayla Guay – Suffolk University, Tricia Doody – Colby Sawyer College, Ebony Dukes – University of New England and Erica Leland – Colby Sawyer…
Thank you to Biddeford Police Detective Sergeant Pete Madore for visiting the Business Academy – Legal Studies Program. Sergeant Madore is also a Supervisor for Maine Drug Enforcement and Biddeford Street Crimes Task Force Member.
Thank you to Doug Kirk US Special Agent Supervisor for the ATF for visiting the Business Academy – Legal Studies class.