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Thursday, 21 September 2023 17:19

Benefits of CAPS Program

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The Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program is a game-changer for students seeking to supercharge their education and career prospects. CAPS offers a transformative learning experience, where high school students can dive deep into real-world, professional environments, working alongside industry experts and gaining hands-on experience. Whether you're passionate about entrepreneurship, engineering, or any other field, CAPS equips you with the skills, knowledge, and network to thrive. For an in-depth look at the CAPS program and the incredible benefits it offers, check out this article from

Monday, 11 October 2021 14:41

CTE Counselor Day

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 WSD high school, jr high, and elementary counselors and school administrators visited a few of our great business partners in the BDO.  Stops were made at  Honeyville, ReadyLift, and Hydro Jug.   These  businesses gave great information on employment opportunities for students.  What soft and Hard skills we can prepare the students with to help them meet the high demand jobs  in manufacturing.  


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Tuesday, 14 July 2020 15:52

Utah AHEC Triumphs!

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We enjoyed hosting Roy High School for their Career Exploration activity at WSU. The students spent 4 hours with us as they rotated in groups through a campus tour, a hands-on Anatomage table demonstration, tours of the plasticized cadaver lab, and the simulations lab. There were 45 students (one which happened to be a NUAHEC Scholar, to our surprise). 

We're excited about our NUAHEC Scholars upcoming high school graduations. They complete our program on May 17th and will receive a certificate of completion, a letter of congratulations from Dean Simonian, Dr. Magill, and Dr. Briesacher as well as the coveted first edition NUAHEC Scholar graduation medal. Just in time to wear their medal during their (8 different) high school graduations the following week. It's been a privilege to have them in our program and to develop what we hope will be lifelong relationships with each of them.