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Assignment Overview

What's the purpose of a PSA? 

To make a person START doing something: OR To make a person STOP doing something:
-saving water; wearing a seatbelt; exercising   -smoking; driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol; throwing garbage into rivers and lakes

Your assignment

Each group will create:

1. A thirty to forty-five second audio or video PSA. (If it exceeds 45 seconds, you will lose one grade.)

2. One Google slide includes maximum of two images and seven keywords of their occupation. The keywords do NOT have to have definitions.

3. Another Google slide includes MLA citations of sources and images.

Getting Started with Health Careers

Use the tabs above to start exploring library and web resources related to careers in the health sciences. Don't have a career in mind but want to browse some options? Take a look at the:

    Also, you might want to look at the Research Guide for general Career Information.

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