October 1, 2021
Submit activity proposals for new high school summer program focused on human health
The College of Health and Human Sciences has created a health professions summer program for high school juniors and seniors interested in learning more about the variety of areas in health care and how each area effects the lives of others. The program will take place the week of July 10, 2022, on the Manhattan campus.
The program will expose high school students to health professions they may not be familiar with and also show them how K-State can help them achieve their career goals. Students will "Meet, Explore and Experience" while on campus.
Faculty and staff interested in participating in the program are invited to submit an activity proposal. The program committee strives to include a variety of disciplines, career paths and professions related to health. Those who feel they can provide hands-on opportunities that expose students to elements of health care; engaging and high-energy activities and discussions; interactive and observable health-related research; or a combination of the items above, are encouraged to submit their proposals.
Proposals will be selected based on direct relation to health professions and hands-on opportunities for students.
Submissions must be completed by Oct. 29 for consideration. If you have questions related to the Health Professions Summer Program, please contact Travis Haug, program coordinator.
More information on the Health Professions Summer Program will be available in January.