Building A Pipeline
To provide students in the Upstate of South Carolina with opportunities, experiences, and skills that will allow them to grow into successful Healthcare Professionals
We have a variety of opportunities that you can become a part of, be sure to check them out!
Upstate AHEC’s Health Careers Academy (HCA) is a four year, interactive, academic-based program designed to encourage and prepare high school students to enter health careers.
Learn more about our Health Careers Academy.
The Undergraduate Leaders Program is an initiative that provides support and resources to Undergraduate students with an interest in pursuing a career in the healthcare field. Students in the program will have the opportunity to participate in webinars, courses, and activities that will support their transition to the next step in the pipeline.
Learn more about our Undergraduate Leaders program.
The Bennie M. Pettit Scholarship Program was established in 2017 in recognition of the long years of service provided Mrs. Pettit as the Director of Continuing Professional Development – Live Programming at Upstate AHEC. The program was established to promote a broad range of professional health occupations by awarding scholarships for attendance at institutions of higher learning.
Learn more about the Bennie M. Pettit Scholarship Program.
Calling all practicing Health Career Professionals and past participants of SC AHEC Health Careers Programs! If you have participated in the South Carolina Association of Future Health Professionals, the AHEC Student Development and Diversity Program (SDDP), The Health Careers Academy (HCA) or any other healthcare career club, LET US KNOW!
If you are a practicing professional in the field of healthcare and are interested in partnering with Upstate AHEC Health Careers Program, complete our Community Partners & Volunteers Form. We are always looking for speakers, mentors, and preceptor sites for our students!
If you have any question or need to contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Health Careers Program Coordinator, Tiara at 864-349-1175.