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Location SHS: SHS Career and Technical Education, Last Updated on 1/27/2013

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  Health Careers - Summer Programs  
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Arizona Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Peer-Leadership Summer Camp Weeklong summer program held at Northern Arizona University designed for freshman and sophomores interested in health careers. The program provides students with practical opportunities to develop group facilitation, presentation & leadership skills; understand the methods used to improve the health of a community and much more. Freshmen and sophomores high school students from rural, minority, and medically undeserved
Arizona Comprehensive Health Careers Opportunity Program Environmentally and/or economically disadvantaged students interested in health
Center for Talented Youth Three-week summer enrichment program. Students from grade 7 through age
Cesar E. Chavez Leadership Institute One week leadership training workshop. Arizona high school sophomores and
College Horizons Program Five-day crash course in preparing for college. Native American sophomores and
Future American Indian Scholars A weeklong enrichment program designed for Native American Students who would like to pursue higher education. American Indian students in their junior or senior year who demonstrates a desire to pursue their educational endeavors at New Mexico State
Headlands An intense academic and enrichment reinforcement program for students interested in health careers. American Indian high school
Kellogg Self-Empowerment Leadership Focus (S.E.L.F.) Program Two-week residential leadership program for Native American
MedCamp Three-day summer health careers camp. Arizona high school students entering their junior
Medicinal Plants if the Southwest Summer Workshop Summer student development activity designed to increase the educational opportunities for students at NMSU. This workshop is open to undergraduates at NMSU, undergraduates at other college and universities, and recent high school
Med-Start Summer Program Encourages rural, minority and economically disadvantaged Arizona high school students to purse health careers. Arizona minority high school
Minority Introduction to Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Science (MITE2s) Five-week summer enrichment program for minority students. Minority high school
MITE Program High school engineering program. High school
National Native American Youth Initiative Motivate Native American students to remain in school and pursue a career in the health professions and/or biomedical research; help prepare students for admissions to college, empower them with leadership skills, analytical thinking and academic proficiency. Native American students planning to enter a health career between ages of 16 through 18; Minimum GPA
National Native American Youth Initiative (NNAYI) Weeklong summer program in Washington D.C. for Native American students ages 16-18 interested in the health professions and/or biomedical research. Native American high school students ages
Native American Fly-In Program Summer program provides talented Native American high school seniors with an unparalleled opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of the College's academic resources, student services, and admission and financial aid criteria. Native American high school
Native American Summer Institute Four day residential program for incoming ASU students. Incoming Native American
Nizhoni Academy Five-week residential program designed to introduce students to a university environment, while preparing them academically for institutions of higher learning. Native American freshman, sophomore or junior with a minimum GPA if
Preface Program High school engineering program. High school sophomores and
SOAR Program Four-week math and science summer program. High school juniors and
Summer of Excellence Summer program for academically talented high school sophomores and juniors. High school sophomores and juniors with a minimum GPA of
Super Star Program Six-week program for college undergraduates or promising high school graduates interested in health careers. Minority high school
The Science House Imhotep Academy Two-week hands-on science and math learning program. Underrepresented 6-8
U of A 101 Campus visit and tour. Anyone interested in attending the U of
Upward Bound Year-round college preparatory program for high school freshman, sophomores and juniors. Low-income and/or first-generation college
Young Scholars in Engineering and Science Program Summer enrichment program designed to help students make students make informed decisions about educational and career opportunities in science and engineering. High school

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