Professional Development Series

The following are recordings of our 10-session Gift-of-Professional-Development-In-Covid-Times series, with several sessions focused specifically on Professionalism in Health Care. It was delivered “live” April – May of 2020. Thank you to all who attended and provided feedback. We’ve had many organizations request the recordings to share with their staff, so we loaded them all on…


Free Gift of Professional Development in Covid-19 Times

As the needs of the workforce has been impacted during this Covid-19 epidemic, the AHEC at the Alaska Primary Care Association is giving the gift of free professional development. Please join us if you can. Professionalism in Healthcare is a 10-session online course that help Community Health Centers and other health care organization staff “level…


Our Covid-19 Update

What a difference a month makes. This time last month, staff were gearing up for PATH Classes and a spring break High School Health Career Camp. Staff had travel plans to deliver High School Camps in Kodiak and Dillingham. We were writing curriculum to launch a 3-week PATH intensive tailored for English Language Learners to…


High School Students Explore Health Careers

Students from various Anchorage high schools attended a Behavioral Health Camp during their spring break to explore topics related to mental wellness and medical career paths. Throughout the week, students engaged in activities with their peers to expand their knowledge on the impact of behavioral health issues and how this relates to themselves, family and…


Mental Health Specialist PATH

February 2020 was an exciting month for South Central Alaska AHEC! In partnership with North Star Behavioral Hospital, we held our first Mental Health Specialist PATH Academy. Funded by the State of Alaska Department of Labor, this three-week training prepared students for a career in behavioral health as a mental health specialist. Participants received Mental…


Apprenticeship Opportunities Awaits

The APCA/SC Alaska AHEC is launching a cohort of Apprenticeships in February 2020. This opportunity is funded by the Department of Labor and is free to students and health care facilities. In order to participate, Apprenticeship candidates must be already employed, preferably new, at a Health facility. Employers will need to review and agree to…

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