PSU students make Joplin Ronald McDonald House safer
JOPLIN, Mo. — Pitt State students spent their Tuesday making Joplin’s Ronald McDonald House a safer place.
The school’s electrical technology students got hands-on experience by installing new tamper proof outlets inside the charity home.
Joplin’s Ronald McDonald house is a place where families can stay together when a seriously ill child is being treated in joplin.
The course instructor says projects that involve child safety are a class favorite.
“The best part of what we do is making an installation safer, or knowing that if it’s a new installation, it’s safe and will last for years to come,” said PSU instructor Clint Myers.
PSU students and Joplin’s Ronald McDonald House have been teaming up for projects for the last 3 years.
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