Midwestern University in Glendale is offering a range of free programs for high school students to spark their interest in healthcare careers. These events will take place throughout 2024, starting with the Arizona Regional Brain Bee in February, followed by the Health Sciences Career Day later in the month. The highlight of the university’s offerings is the nine-day Health Careers Institute for High School Students in June.
The Health Sciences Career Day is open to high school classes from all over Arizona. It will feature interactive presentations and activities led by Midwestern’s healthcare professionals, providing students with a hands-on experience. The event will showcase various healthcare careers, including osteopathic medicine, optometry, dental medicine, pharmacy, and more.
Space is limited, and interested schools must register online by November 10th to be entered into a lottery. If selected, each school can register up to 40 students per class, along with a teacher chaperone.
To register, interested parties can call 623-572-3781, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit midwestern.edu/AZScienceDay.
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