• Health Science Fair

    Lake Washington Institute of Technology

    Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) will be hosting it's first Passport to Health: LWTech Health Sciences Fair this upcoming spring.

     

    The purpose of LWTech’s Passport to Health: Health Sciences Fair is to create a fun and welcoming environment that allows current and potential students, and members of the community to explore the health sciences programs at LWTech as well as the organizations, entities, and services in the broad allied health field.

     

    There will be health services, LWTech program tables, and professional health agency and organization tables for everyone to enjoy.

     

    This Event is FREE and OPEN to the Public! April 12, 2017 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

     


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  • Career and Job Fair

    Latinx Health Careers and Job Fair

    On Latino serving health care agencies and institutions looking to hire a bilingual and bicultural workforce will be present to discuss job opportunities.

    Presentations will be given on a select number of health related careers. For more information contact the Latino Center for Health at latcnter@uw.edu.

    Mondaay, May 8, 2017, 3-7 pm

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  • Student Projects

    Northwest Center for Public Health Practice supports a variety of graduate student projects in Washington, Alaska, Idaho, and Oregon

    NWPHTC provides stipends to support graduate public health students in completing practice-based projects in health organizations around the region. These projects fall into two categories—collaborative projects and field placements.   Proposals will be accepted through the first two weeks of every quarter. Students will be funded for the quarter in which they can complete the bulk of their project. 

     

    Visit their 2015–16 student projects page to view examples of field placement and collaborative projects.

     

    To request sample project plans and budgets, or to learn more, contact Barbara Rose at barbrose@uw.edu. Proposals will be evaluated based on public health practice focus, attention to underserved areas and populations, and feasibility.



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Welcome to Our Center!

The WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges presents the Allied Health Center of Excellence

In 2009, Washington became the first and only state in the nation to codify Centers of Excellence into state statute (HB1323)

Ten Centers across the state represent a sector strategy to serve as economic development drivers for industries that help grow the state's economy.

The Allied Health Center of Excellence, with regional and statewide leadership activities, serves as a resource to all 34 community and technical colleges, K-12 Health Science, business / industry partners, plus identified government entities to ensure a continuous pipeline of new healthcare professionals.

 

Read moreAbout the AH COE

 

 

Allied Health Careers