Learn about a nonprofit organization hiring college students to create prosthetic arms. Hear about the step-by-step process.
Learn how a major in finance can lead to a position in sales and management. Hear about a sales manager's skills and duties.
Learn the experiences useful to a handyman and the importance of a team. Hear about what type of licenses may be required. See a preview of the next episode.
Credits: Real Life 101: Biomedical Engineering Student / Women’s Clothing Sales Manager / Handyman
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Shawn will visit a university where he meets an engineering student. He is part of an organization called Limbitless Solutions that uses 3-D printing to create prosthetic arms for children who either were born without an arm or lost one due to injury or disease. For prosthetic designs, see Enabling the Future. And Gracey will talk to a sales manager for a trendy women’s clothing manufacturer and see how he gets his company’s fashions in stores and boutiques everywhere. Finally, Shawn will introduce us to a handyman who loves working with his hands and uses his skills to maintain and repair his customers’ homes.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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