Career Training (Malheur Enterprise graphic)
Editor’s note: This is a continuing series of articles highlighting students exploring vocations through Career and Technical Education classes offered in Malheur County high schools.
Santiago Miranda aims to be a physical therapist but meanwhile, he’s also learning skills in a construction class at Nyssa High School. (Contributed photo)
Meet: Santiago Miranda
Nyssa High School, grade 12
Class: Construction 2
Why I’m taking this class: I worked in construction over the summer and really love it.
What I like about this class: The teacher, the learning experience and the all-around atmosphere.
What the community should know: Go, Bulldogs!
My future dream: I want to become a physical therapist
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