CONGRATULATIONS! “My experience in SEAHEC was a great one. I had an amazing time learning about different professions in the medical field. I had the privilege of being the president of this club for my 2014-2015 senior year. Now that I am graduating, I will continue my education at the University of Arizona and pursue a career as a pharmaceutical scientist. I want to thank SEAHEC for supporting me throughout my high school years. I will conclude this by saying my senior quote. “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” Ricardo Lira, Jr. President, Nogales FHL Club 2014-2015 Ricardo also received a Gates Millennium Scholarship, and the Principal Merit Excellence Award along with many other scholarships and awards. “I have been a proud member of SEAHEC for four consecutive years. Being in SEAHEC has made me develop skills that will help me achieve my goal of becoming a doctor. I love how SEAHEC gives us the opportunity to have healthcare presenters, hands-on activities and field trips. I am grateful to have gotten the SEAHEC Scholarship because this will help me with my college education at the University of Arizona. I will major in Physiology and Chemistry… Continue reading

SEAHEC Quarterly Bulletin August 2014

Rina Ornelas and Alma Irasema Garcia 2014 SEAHEC Karen Halverson Scholars

With your help, SEAHEC awarded ten Karen Halverson Memorial Scholarships to seniors pursuing a career in healthcare in Arizona. SEAHEC enjoyed an exciting and successful spring this year as our high school and health professions students made inspiring discoveries in their exploration of rural health career opportunities in southeast Arizona. SEAHEC would like to express our thanks to those who supported our Arizona Gives Day campaign with your generous contributions. Continue reading