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SUBMITTED PHOTO Misericordia University health and medical sciences students volunteered as mentors for high school students who explored professional careers at a free interactive program for National Health Professions Week. From left, first row: Anna Carellas, White Haven; Julia Randazzo, Dallas; Selena Maybury, Shickshinny; Madison Slacktish, Dallas; Brianna Hischak, Mountain Top; Emilee Bixler, Dauphin and Riley Miller, Bloomsburg. Second row, Meg Gibbons, Clarks Summit; Makenzie Belisle, Minneapolis, Minn.; Meaghan Whelan, Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; Cali Craig, Peckville; Michael Trygar, Lake Ariel; Phillip Henry, Mohnton; Jillian Scanlon, Pittston; Quinn Kelley, Peckville; Kristen Viggiano, Mount Laurel, N.J. and Amanda Miller, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.

Misericordia University health and medical sciences students volunteered as mentors for high school students who explored professional careers at a free interactive program for National Health Professions Week. From left, first row: Anna Carellas, White Haven; Julia Randazzo, Dallas; Selena Maybury, Shickshinny; Madison Slacktish, Dallas; Brianna Hischak, Mountain Top; Emilee Bixler, Dauphin and Riley Miller, Bloomsburg. Second row, Meg Gibbons, Clarks Summit; Makenzie Belisle, Minneapolis, Minn.; Meaghan Whelan, Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; Cali Craig, Peckville; Michael Trygar, Lake Ariel; Phillip Henry, Mohnton; Jillian Scanlon, Pittston; Quinn Kelley, Peckville; Kristen Viggiano, Mount Laurel, N.J. and Amanda Miller, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.