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    UC Davis School of Medicine

    7th Annual Stockton Health Empowerment Conference (SHEC)  Saturday, February 6, 2021

    *Free Registration  *Virtual Conference workshops, panels, and activities

    SHEC aims to empower, motivate, and provide information about health professions to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. As a diverse medical school with students from all walks of life, we want to provide resources and wisdom from our learned experiences to students aspiring a career in healthcare. This conference will encourage conversations about: long-term goals, college admissions, financial aid, health profession careers, educational achievement, community service, research, and encourage self-growth. 


    Attendees can select which workshops they would like to attend.

    More information on workshops options is coming soon! 

    9:30-10 AM | Welcome & Opening Remarks

    10:00-10:45 AM | Workshop #1 

    10:45-11 AM | Break

    11:00-11:45 AM | Workshop #2 

    11:45AM-1 PM | Break / Lunch 

    1:00-1:45 PM | Workshop #3 


     Prince William Sound College Spring 2021

    Alaska Tech Learners Courses 

    Tech A120 Commercial Web Page Development - 3 Credit

    Tech A125 Web Database Systems - 3 Credit

     Free Tuition for participating high school students! 


    Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC)

    Introduction to Nautical Skills Online Jan.19-Feb. 25, 2021

    Upon successful completion of the Nautical Skills class, high school students are eligible to receive tuition and room and board funds to assist them with the completion of a wide range of USCG approved courses at AVTEC.  Many Alaskan students have become fully licensed, highly employable professional merchant mariners while still in high school, debt-free  


    Fairbanks Native Association

    Allied Health Pathways Program Application

    The Allied Health Pathways Program will result in post-secondary credits for participating students in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District (FNSBSD) as well as attainment of Health Industry-recognized credentials and certifications. It is a partnership between Fairbanks Native Association’s Johnson-O’Malley program and the FNSBSD.


    American Red Cross

    First Aid for Severe Trauma (FAST)

    The FAST course will be offered at no charge to students attending high school. Students that complete the course will obtain a two-year certification.  The course will provide training on how to:

    Recognize and stop a life-threatening bleeding emergency
    Communicate effectively during an emergency
    Safeguard rescuers and the trauma victim
    Safely position the trauma victim
    Apply direct pressure and tourniquets

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