Spring, TX, June 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Cypress Creek EMS hosted 4 local teachers for the 2010 Externship Program. The Teacher Externship pairs teachers with business professionals in their field of study, in the end, making students’ learning more relevant to the workplace. After the Externship is complete, teachers spend part of their summer developing lesson plans to share with their students, based on firsthand knowledge and experiences.
At Cypress Creek EMS, the teachers were able to experience every department. Representatives from Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, Maintenance, Clinical Management, and Special Operations spent time with the teachers, explaining life skills needed by students to be successful in the workplace. Teachers also rode a 12 hour observer shift on an ambulance and spent 8 hours with a Cypress Creek EMS Dispatcher in the Communications Center.
About Houston A+ Challenge
Houston A+ Challenge is an independent nonprofit that has supported public school improvement and education leadership development in the Houston area since 1997. Houston A+ partners with local school districts to build professional networks and school leaders who create lasting improvements in classroom instruction and student achievement. On the web at: www.houstonaplus.org.
Cypress Creek EMS is a non-profit, volunteer-based 9-1-1 ambulance service covering 250 square miles of North/Northwest Harris County and responds to approximately 30,000 calls annually, serving over 500,000 people. On the web at: www.ccems.com