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This article appeared in the March 27, 2018, issue of the student newsletter.
Planning a career in health care? Don't miss this event. Meet with representatives from various medical, graduate biomedical science and health professions schools on April 7!
Health Professions Student Recruitment Fair
Saturday, April 7, 2018Paul Quinn College9:15 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The fair is part of a College Student Development Program.
Register now and share with a friend who is considering a career in the in-demand, lucrative arena of health care. Registration closes April 1.
There are lots of reasons to attend the fair! Below are our top five.
*Presentations include physical therapy, clinical nutrition, rehabilitation counseling, radiation therapy, prosthetic and orthotics, physician assistant, medical and graduate biomedical science.
The event is hosted by
the National Association of Medical Minority Educators (NAMME) as part of the organization's Southern Regional Conference. NAAME is targeting underrepresented minority students interested in a career in health care. 2018 event co-hosts are UT Southwestern Medical Center and Paul Quinn College.
The student recruitment fair is completely free, but event
registration is required to attend. To save your spot, register on EventBrite.
For questions, email