A forum of African American health care professionals and students discuss the successful path for highly rewarding health care careers.
WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
WHERE: Santa Fe College Health Sciences Annex, Building WA, Room 104
WHY: SF has a shortage of African American men in Health Sciences training programs that lead to careers with outstanding salaries, employability, and opportunities for advancement.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Jackson Sasser, President of Santa Fe College
PANEL: A panel of male African American health care professionals and current program students discuss their stories on the road to academic and professional success.
WHAT: Programs Represented:
- Cardiovascular Technology
- Dental (Hygiene & Assisting)
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Nursing (RN, LPN, Assistive)
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Surgical Technology
- Respiratory Care
CONTACT: Scott Fortner, 352-395-5733, firstname.lastname@example.org