SEAHEC’s Future Health Leaders Clubs provide exciting opportunities for high school students to learn about health professions and to  develop the skills and confidence to become successful in college.  For over 30 years, SEAHEC has provided students and their families with the support needed to pursue higher education and to become health professionals. For more information about joining a health career club at your high school, contact Lupita Gonzales

SEAHEC helps schools throughout southeastern Arizona to establish Future Health Leaders Clubs, and provides on-going support to students and their faculty advisors. SEAHEC currently works with clubs in Bisbee, Douglas, Willcox, Nogales, Tucson, and the Tohono O’odham Nation.

Students learn about health careers, practice hands-on skills, and receive guidance on college entrance requirements and financial aid. Field trips give students an opportunity to see what college life is like and to meet peers who have chosen to pursue health professions.