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Mid-Carolina AHEC Health Career Program Awards and Announcements

Sabra C. Slaughter Award

Mid-Carolina AHEC would like to congratulate Taylor Harden as the South Carolina AHEC Sabra C. Slaughter Humanitarian Award recipient from the Mid-Carolina AHEC Region during the 2013-2014 term. The award is designed to encourage the active involvement of youth in improving their communities through an organized and structured philanthropy. Applicants for the Sabra C. Slaughter Humanitarian Award had to complete a minimum of 50 hours of documented volunteer service within a nine-month period (July 1 – April 30).





Congratulations to the 2014 Mid-Carolina AHEC graduating class and their acceptance to college in the fall:

Hannah Barker - USC Aiken
Madison Byerley - College of Charleston
Summer Days - Charleston Southern
Maya Dilligard - College of Charleston
Amy Fernandez - USC Lancaster
Clivis Jamal Hamilton - Francis Marion
Janna Hines - Oglethorpe University
Angel Luna - Francis Marion
Bridget Sampson - University of South Carolina
Gabrielle Smith - USC Aiken


Congratulations to the 2014 Mid-Carolina AHEC Scholarship Recipients:

Madison Byerley
Maya Dilligard
Amy Fernandez
Janna Hines
Bridget Sampson


2014-2015 Health Careers Academy Accepting Applications

Mid-Carolina AHEC is still accepting students for the 2014-2015 Health Careers Academy. Orientation will be held at the Midlands Technical College Airport Campus on August 12 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm and August 14 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. 

For additional information, contact Erica Davis, Health Careers Coordinator at ericadavis@comporium.net or (803) 286-4121.



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