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NMC's Health Summer Program (August 13, 2018)

 A group of high school and college students who are interested in pursuing medical careers recently completed the Health Summer Program organized by Northern Marianas College Community Development Institute, CNMI Area Health Education Center (CNMI AHEC) and Hawaii/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center (HPB AHEC).Through the summer program, the participants took part in the Create and Navigate Opportunities in Education (CANOE) program which focused on college and career readiness training. Additionally, the students also earned certifications in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Youth Mental Health, and CPR/First Aid. (Photo by: Victoria Deleon Guerrero/ NMC)
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A group of high school and college students who are interested in pursuing medical careers recently completed the Health Summer Program organized by Northern Marianas College Community Development Institute, CNMI Area Health Education Center (CNMI AHEC) and Hawaii/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center (HPB AHEC).Through the summer program, the participants took part in the Create and Navigate Opportunities in Education (CANOE) program which focused on college and career readiness training. Additionally, the students also earned certifications in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Youth Mental Health, and CPR/First Aid. (Photo by: Victoria Deleon Guerrero/ NMC)


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