On April 14-16 2010, students from the SEAHEC Health Career Club at Nogales & Rio Rico High School attended the Arizona HOSA Spring Leadership Conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Tucson. At this event over 1,000 secondary and post secondary students participated health profession skills competitions in areas such as Clinical Nursing, Dental Spelling, Dental Terminology, Medical Math, and many more. Continue reading
A new federal grant is providing an exceptional opportunity for Arizona’s border communities to work together to address their health priorities and needs.
Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center/SEAHEC has been awarded an $83,919 grant from HRSA, the Health Resources and Services Administration, to develop Redes Sin Paredes (Networks without Borders), a collaborative project of health organizations along Arizona’s border.
Over 100 students from high schools throughout southeastern Arizona converged at the University of Arizona on December 11, 2009 for an exceptional glimpse into potential health-related career options.
The students, representing schools in Bisbee, Douglas, Nogales, Rio Rico and Tucson, all share an interest in the health care field as expressed through their participation in their local SEAHEC-sponsored High School Health Career Club. The UA visit was designed to provide these students with information and encouragement for further pursing their vocational vision following high school graduation.