Health Careers Recruitment

Regional Campuses Booklet
  • Undergraduate Pre-professional Support
    • Preparing for professional program’s admissions
    • Advising, mock interviews, and professional statement reviews
    • Interactive hands-on events to connect with healthcare providers
    • MD Mentors Program (Connecting with current UAMS Med Students)
  • High School Recruitment
    • “A Day in the Life” aims to help 11th and 12th grade high school students make a decision about a medical career by providing information, interaction with professionals, tours, and hands-on activities.
    • “Hands-On Healthcare” engages students with different healthcare career tasks through guest speakers and/or hands-on activities. (10th Grade & Above)
    • Medical Applications of Science for Health (M.A.S.H.) functions in partnership with local hospitals, community colleges and universities for students that are entering the 11th or 12th grade Currently, MASH programs are available in Crossett, El Dorado, Fordyce, Magnolia, and Warren. M.A.S.H. is a two week summer day program that includes activities such as: Hospital & Health Related Professions tour, Shadowing, Medical Terminology & Games, CPR training, Heart Dissection, Suturing, Casting, Orthopedics, Med Flight Helicopter & Ambulance Tours. 
  • Health Career Presentations
    • Identify training, non-academic skills and experience necessary to get into professional health-care programs
    • Overview of health care career choices and how to get there
    • How to be a competitive candidate for medical school
    • Interviewing skills and Professional appearance
  • AHEC Scholars
    • A grant funded program providing support for family medicine focused medical students

Contact Information:

    Stephen Attebery

Education Coordinator/Program Manager


            870-562-2588 Ext. 1003