Sandra Hart, medical assisting instructor at the New Port Richey campus, prepares her class to become miracle makers in their community. As they learn Anatomy and Physiology, they become trained to make a difference in the world around them. The medical assisting students have already impacted the community by playing Bingo with the elderly and raising money for Toys for Tots. One student even used CPR to save a choking baby at a local gas station. The students are making plans to participate in the upcoming Walk for Hunger to benefit Pasco Pack-A-Sack 4 Kids and Metropolitan Ministries.