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|AHEC schedules summer program|
Area students interested in pursuing a health career will have the opportunity to explore the medical field during North Louisiana AHEC's 2009 A-HEC of a Summer Health Careers Volunteer Program.
Students will volunteer approximately 100 hours of their time and energy to explore a variety of health occupations. The A-HEC of a Summer Program allows area high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to rotate through different departments in Glenwood Regional Medical Center, LSU Health Science Center, and St. Francis Medical Center to experience health careers firsthand.
In addition to these rotations, students will participate in workshops and field trips to other healthcare facilities and universities in the area.
The goal of A-HEC of a Summer is to help high school students gain a greater understanding of health careers that will assist them in making informed decisions concerning their professional goals.
Participating students will earn 1/2 unit of high school credit, CPR certification and have the opportunity to participate in other AHEC training programs.
To apply for the Glenwood Regional Medical Center, LSU Health Science Center, or St. Francis Medical Center A-HEC of a Summer Program, students may obtain an application from their high school counselor or may download the application from the NLAHEC website at www.nlahec.org.
The application deadline is April 1.
Anyone with questions regarding the A-HEC of a Summer Program may contact Jena Sharpton, NLAHEC Director of Education (Bossier City) at 318-746-4644 or Ashley Frazier, NLAHEC Program Coordinator (Monroe) at 330-7700 email@example.com.