Olivia Kaur Sandhu-SEAHEC Intern

I hope to one day combine my love for Public Health with a medical degree so that I can continue to work with underserved populations. The work that I have been able to do with SEAHEC has exposed me to a group of very passionate people that are all working towards improving health in a multitude of different ways. I am constantly being inspired by the people that I interact with and it has reinvigorated my drive to continue to work hard towards my dreams.

Brenda Olivia Sanchez-SEAHEC Intern

Through my internship at SEAHEC, I have been able to help create a health curriculum for Winchester Heights as well as planning and implementing a binational border health conference. Because of this experience, I learned that I chose the correct career path and that I want to pursue a career in health education serving rural communities.

SEAHEC Brings EPA Sponsored Environmental Health Education to Winchester Youth

SEAHEC Staff conduct an Environmental Health workshop for youth, sponsored by the EPA As Winchester Heights families, led by the Winchester Community Action Board, gathered to raise funds for more playground equipment, their children participated in Environmental Health education. While families lined up to buy duros, a puffed wheat snack, Linda Cifuentes, SEAHEC’s LEARN MORE

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