How Maine is training teens to fill the state’s nursing shortage

Mid-Maine Technical Center | Waterville, ME

Students at Mid-Maine Technical Center are leveling up to help fill the nursing shortage in their state. The school is one of the few in the nation that has access to hands on technical equipment and patient interaction. The goal, staff says, is to prepare a new workforce for in-demand jobs in their community.

Produced by Paul Maxell, Clayton Hoyle, and Sidney Orcutt at Mid-Maine Technical Center in Waterville, Maine. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator Dave Boardman.


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