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Atlantis' Summer Program 


The Atlantis' Summer Program is an excellent way to gain real experience in shadowing with doctors! The program is offered in locations abroad and enables to ability to gain over 60+ hours. You must be at least a high school senior or 18 by the time of graduation. 


$2500 Scholarship - Horatio Alger 


Encourage students and adult learners, ages 18–35, to apply for the Horatio Alger Association Career and Technical Education Scholarship, worth up to $2,500 to pursue career or technical education. The application is open now through June 15.


ACTE Health Science Scholarship


The recipient must be a member and be a local, regional, state or national officer of HOSA-Future Health Professionals. Applicants must be enrolled in a secondary, postsecondary or college/university health science education program. Application deadline is by May 15!​

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May Pre-Health Virtual Shadowing


We'd love to introduce your pre-health community to weekly Virtual Shadowing sessions for premed and medical students. The first session is Tuesday, May 7th at 7:30 pm CST on Zoom and continues throughout May! The sessions offer a unique chance to review medical cases, engage in hot medical topics, and explore specialties.

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Outstanding HOSA Alumni


Outstanding HOSA Alumni is designed to honor HOSA alumni in recognition of their membership in HOSA-Future Health Professionals and for outstanding leadership in the healthcare industry or in a graduate health program. Learn more here!

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CDC OneLab


OneLab provides free laboratory-related education and training resources including monthly webinars, downloadable job aids, and customized laboratory training resources via our learning hub, OneLab REACH™

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UCCS Helping Professions Event


The purpose of this three-day workshop is to provide scholars with an opportunity to gain an understanding of various careers and majors, and what they entail. This workshop is focused on exploring careers in the helping professions, such as education (teaching), psychology, human services, social work, and counseling. This event will feature workshops, lectures from professors, and keynote speakers!

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