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    Na-ha-shnee WSU is a FREE 12 day summer program for Native Youth
    Posted on 04/02/2018

    DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 12 PM, Monday, APRIL 16th, 2018

    Na-ha-shnee is a FREE 12 day summer program designed to encourage Native American and Alaska Native students to pursue health science degrees and health-related careers. The program is held on the WSU Spokane Campus and housing is in nearby dorms.

    Native American and Alaska Native students 9th-11th grade can gain hands-on training in basic skills as a health professional, college preparation experience, and cultural activities during this summer-camp structured program. Thanks to generous donations from tribes and WSU partners, this program is FREE. The only cost that we cannot cover is transportation to and from our program.

    Applicants should have a GPA of 3.0 or above and an interest in health science careers: nursing, medical research, nutrition, physical therapy, medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, dentistry, etc.

    This application can be found online at: https://spokane.wsu.edu/about/community-outreach/native-american-health-sciences/ Or google WSU Native American Health to find it on our website.

    Contact Emma Noyes, Native American Outreach Coordinator for more information
    Phone: 509.324.7215 Email: emma.noyes@wsu.edu