- $1,000 sign-up award for the first 120 enrolled applicants
- Increase marketability as a program participant
- Recognition with a pin and certificate
- Connect with Regional Campuses faculty, residents and rural healthcare leaders
- Limited funding for primary care conferences and Rural Health Summit
- CV/Personal Statement Editing
- Recommendation Letters
During the third and fourth program years, students will complete 80 hours of didactic training and 80 hours of team-based clinical/experiential training in rural and/or medically underserved settings.
This program is designed to give students an experience in primary care, rural medicine and/or medically underserved populations.
Due to limited enrollment, students are encouraged to apply at the end of their second year or beginning of the junior year. After applying, students will be contacted by a Regional Programs Education Recruiter, who will act as an AHEC Scholars advisor for orientation and program planning.
Please visit the Meet our Recruiters webpage to find your AHEC Scholars advisor.