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 2016 FHL AHEC and Tohono O’odham Summer Camps! Apply Now!

Explore  Health Careers this Summer with SEAHEC’s Future Health Leaders Summer Camp Program for High School Students

Future Health Leaders Summer Camps are sponsored by the Arizona Area Health Education Center

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Hospital Job Shadowing for Willcox High School Students a Success

Four SEAHEC Willcox Future Health Leaders concluded their first year of the SEAHEC/Northern Cochise Community Hospital (NCCH) Job Shadowing Program on April 1st, 2016. In a debrief with NCCH and SEAHEC staff, students shared their reflections on their first FHL job shadowing experience. Continue reading

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FHL Students Launch “Fight the Bite” Campaign

FHL Students Launch “Fight the Bite” Campaign
SEAHEC Future Health Leaders Student “Citizen Scientists” kicked off their “Fight the Bite” community health education campaign in March 2016 with a visit to the Boys and Girls Club in Nogales, where they presented the results of several months of research. Continue reading

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2016 Sister Cities Claudia

SEAHEC to Lead Ambos Nogales “Sister Cities” Health Committee

Nogales, AZ. (February 26, 2016) 

SEAHEC’s Border Health Program Coordinator, Claudia Velasco, will represent Nogales Arizona on the new Ambos Nogales “Sister Cities” Health Committee, which was established earlier this month when Nogales Arizona and Nogales Sonora signed an addendum their 2011 “Sisterhood” Agreement. The addendum was added to facilitate collaboration between the communities known by locals as “Ambos Nogales.” Representatives of public and private sectors of both cities will develop an annual work program through committees on health, sports, culture, and economic development.

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Nogales Mosquito Surveillance Team

Border Youth Educate on Zika and Dengue Prevention

Mosquito Surveillance for Dengue and Zika Virus Prevention

Nogales, AZ. (February 26, 2016)

Members of SEAHEC’s Future Healthcare Leaders Clubs are going to play an important role in preventing mosquito borne diseases this year. While they are at it, high school students from Nogales and the Tohono O’odham Nation will get a taste of what it means to be an epidemiologist. Continue reading

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