In addition, Travis Lane from the Intertribal Council of Arizona (ITCA) presented the Gates Millennium Scholarship application process and opportunities. He also arranged a scavenger hunt on the main campus of ASU where the students were able to explore the university in groups and take pictures of each other. The students really enjoyed this experience and had very positive remarks and feedback about their experience.
Native American Future Health Leaders Club Takes First College Tour
SEAHEC’s Native American Future Healthcare Leaders Club concluded its first college tour in May 2012 with Ha:san Preparatory and Leadership School. The Ha:san students had an opportunity to tour A.T. Still University and Arizona State University (ASU). A.T. Still University was an enlightening experience for most of the students. Tina Sams, Assistant Director of Admissions, arranged the tour so that students were exposed to dental students, dental equipment, the dental clinic, a physical therapy student, physical therapy tools and exercises, and a presentation covering A.T. Still’s courses, activities, and college plans. Coach Richards and Ha:san Assistant Director Dana Wilcox also attended and chaperoned the students during the tour.