If you have questions regarding either of these opportunities, please contact Rachel Wabeke: call 509-942-2356 or send an email.
The Kadlec Experience Healthcare Summer Program is a dynamic, week-long event, held at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, which will immerse students in the health care industry. Students will utilize and build their leadership, teamwork, creativity and communication skills, as well as develop solutions to real world health issues. This amazing opportunity will allow them to explore the healthcare industry while working collaboratively with professional mentors and a group of their peers.
June 24-28, 2019
Sessions run Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Students must be able to commit to the entire week
$75 for the week (daily snacks and lunch provided)
Scholarships are available
Students must be at least 16 years old by the start of their selected week and entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade by fall of 2019. Students graduating 12th grade in spring of 2019 are also eligible.
Please email completed application to Rachel Wabeke.
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For first consideration, please submit application by May 18, 2019. Applications will be accepted until program reaches capacity. Space is limited - don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity!
The Kadlec Pre-Health Professions Summer Program is a four week event, held at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, which will immerse students into the world of health care. This amazing opportunity will allow them to explore their education & career goals while shadowing various Kadlec health professionals. Students will also get opportunities to build leadership and communication skills, through presentations and workshops.
Select one of these two, four-week long sessions for 2019:
May 20-June 14 or July 8-August 2
Students must be able to commit to the full four weeks they select
Please scan and email all three documents at one time to Rachel Wabeke.
For first consideration, please submit application by April 1, 2019. Applications will be accepted until all sessions are full.