If you need statistics on the presence of minority licensed or certified practitioners in North
Carolina, look no further than DATAline '09. The most recent version of this much sought-after report highlights thirteen health professions and is now available online .
Data are provided by the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services
Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Population
statistics are provided by the US Census Bureau.
NC-HCAP now has a home on Facebook. Be sure to check us out and become a fan!
|Pre-college Initiatives |
a Health Careers Information & Enrichment Workshop today!
Are you looking for a way to get your students geared up for college while
exposing them to one of the fastest growing career fields in North Carolina? If so, this free workshop is
The HCIE Workshop is a motivational, hands-on outreach program designed to
increase the interest of pre-college students considering a career in the
health professions. Each session is highly interactive and focuses on small
group and cooperative learning activities while providing students with general
information about health careers and educational programs as well as academic
enrichment activities. Workshop outlines and other information can be found on
our Web site.
To schedule a workshop, complete the online registration form or call us at (919) 966-2264.
|College Initiatives |
|NC-HCAP Student Resource Center
Do you have pre-health students who need an extra boost with their academics? Then send them over to the NC-HCAP Resource Center.
We have over 100 books, flashcard sets, audio guides and instructional
DVDs available on a myriad of topics from test preparation to study
aids for specific subject to health career opportunities. No
appointment is necessary - just stop by the NC-HCAP office to check out
SAVE THE DATE: 2010 Health on the Block!
Join the SEP Class of 2010!
Health Careers Club will host the 7th annual Health on the Block
community health fair on March 27, 2010. The fair will offer
complimentary health screenings and other important health-related
information to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. Stay tuned for more
The 2010 Science Enrichment Preparation (SEP) Program application is now available online.
Visit our Web site to apply and get a head start on your future health career today!
accepted on a rolling admission basis through February 15, 2010. SEP 2010 begins Saturday, May 15 and runs through Friday, July 9.
SEP Program Informational Sessions
Do you have undergraduate students interested in becoming a health professional? Would they benefit from an academic enrichment program? Then you may want to host an SEP informational session at your school. To schedule a visit, please contact Paula Borden via email or call (919) 966-2264.
|Give to NC-HCAP
Pave the way for a future health professional by giving to NC-HCAP.
You may make your gift online. When using Online Giving, please be sure to choose "NC Health Careers Access Program" under the University Designation List, then select "NC Health Careers Access Program (3894)" from the Select a University Fund menu.
Or, mail Check or Money Order Payable to "UNC-CH" to:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Office of University Development
PO Box 309
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-9931
PLEASE Write In "Designation #3894 - NC Health Careers Access Program" on the "FOR" line of your check.