Charlotte AHEC

Charlotte AHEC

Serving Anson, Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Stanly, and Union counties.

Contact

Director of Health Careers and Workforce Diversity
Charlotte AHEC
P.O. Box 32681
Charlotte, NC 28232-2861
704-512-6530 (fax) 704-512-6568
www.charlotteahec.org

Featured programs and activities:

Summer Camps

This program offers a summer enrichment experience designed to introduce students to the background essential for medical and health-related careers. Middle and high school students in any one of their eight counties have an opportunity to tour a health care facility, learn from health care professional guest speakers and shadow a health care professional.

HEROES Health Career Connection

H2C2 is a health career club for middle and high school students that meets monthly and is for students who are interested in learning more about careers in health care. The club connects students to health care professionals, health care careers, and health science schools.

Health Careers 101

Health Career Workshops are outreach programs about health careers, academic skills and making good choices. They are targeted to middle and high school students and are packed with activities, games and prizes. These workshops are designed to increase the interest, number and motivation of students considering a career in the health profession. The workshops last one to two hours based on individual needs.

SAT Prep Strategies Workshop

Raise your SAT scores! Prepare for the SAT Test! This course is taught by Mr. Morrison Giffen of the Princeton Review. Mr. Giffen has over 15 years of experience in providing successful, high quality test preparation for SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT students. Students will understand the importance of the SAT, learn strategies for reading and math, take a mock SAT exam, and receive helpful feedback during the exam scoring and review session.

 

TouchPoint

Kelly Johnson"The teen AHEC program is an awesome program. I learned many health care skills, such as how to suture and how to insert a needle to draw blood. Being part of the AHEC program allows you to network and make yourself marketable to all the health care college programs… I am very happy that I was able to participate in this amazing program. Through the knowledge I acquired and networking through AHEC, I was accepted into the Carolinas College of Health Sciences Radiology program. I am very excited about my future and I have Charlotte AHEC to thank for helping me make it this far in my journey to success!"

Kelly Johnson, student