What is the Academic Advantage program?
The Academic Advantage program is a fantastic opportunity for young students interested in a healthcare career to gain valuable insight into the field. The healthcare field is the fastest growing sector for jobs, and there are possibilities for everyone. With a highly innovative and competitive industry, we want to give students a leg up and help them determine their best career path. Whether you want to be a doctor, a nurse, medical assistant, health aid, support staff, or even a business professional, this event gives students the opportunity to get a head start in the healthcare field.
On Saturday, April 27, Utah Surgical Arts is bringing together experts in medicine, college admissions, and educational counseling to give students a head start into the world of healthcare. This event will include leaders medical field, local non-profits, and university admissions representatives, all of whom will provide information on college applications and career options.
If you are in middle school or high school and are interested in a healthcare profession, this program is the perfect opportunity for you. We encourage you to RSVP for our upcoming session to get a head start on your future and a chance to receive one of two $1000 college scholarships! During the event, students will also have the opportunity to win exciting prizes! Spaces are limited; RSVP for our upcoming session to gain valuable information.
What will students learn?
Enter for a chance to win an Academic Advantage Scholarship!
Two students pursuing an undergraduate or technical school education will each be awarded $1000 scholarships at the Academic Advantage event. To enter, you must complete the questionnaire and apply for the scholarship before Saturday, April 27, as well as be present at the event.
At Utah Surgical Arts, we believe in helping you prepare for the future! We encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot for this event. It’s never too soon to get the tools needed to succeed.
Saturday, April 27, 2019
10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.