Guidelines for Contributing Resources

We are always on the lookout for high quality, free to use* health career resources for our students and readers. If you have information that you would like to share, please review our guidelines below. If you think you have a good match, please send your information to Please understand that we will consider your request, but we do not promise to post it.


Resources should be of interest to health care providers, health professionals and students pursuing health careers, and are:

  • not advertising,
  • are free to use,*
  • don’t require users to provide personal information to access information, for example, email address, name or age to reveal search results.
  • of substantial value to users,
  • substantially different from existing content on our website.

Content we are most interested in include:

  • Scholarship opportunities, especially those that can help defray the costs of attending highly rated brick and mortar institutions, particularly those in Arizona.
  • Guidance on choosing a health career that is substantially different from content we already have.
  • Tips and resources for preparing, academically, financially and emotionally for college.
  • Concrete data on real life earnings for graduates of health career/medical programs, especially as pertains to practice in rural southeast Arizona. 
  • Open job or volunteer opportunities available in rural southeast Arizona that can help students either prepare for college or pay for college.
  • Resources that are in Spanish, about the above, targeted at parents.

Content we are not seeking at the moment:

  • Information about online degree programs. 
  • Information that duplicates resources already posted on our site. 
  • Information on websites that encourage or require users to give up their valuable, private data, such as name, email, age or location in exchange for information. 

*“Free to use” includes resources that do not require students to give away valuable, private, personal data in exchange for access to information. An example of this is search engines that require students to enter contact or location information to access search results. Personal information includes any type of information that can be used to identify an individual user, such as name, location, surfing behavior or contact information.