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Class of 2025 Indiana AHEC Scholars Program

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The Indiana AHEC Scholars program is part of a national initiative designed for individuals who possess a strong drive to provide care to those living in rural and medically underserved communities across Indiana.

In the two-year program, scholars go through training and field experiences focused on rural and urban healthcare. It is a competitive program, and we’re proud to announce that five St. Elizabeth School of Nursing students were selected for the class of 2025. Congratulations to Madelyn Crace, Trinity Neumayr, Rita Parkinson, Abigail Pohlar and Charlize Rice!

As seen in the The Lamp Spring 2024 issue – Seen in photo from left to right: Rita Parkinson, Madelyn Crace, Charlize Rice, Trinity Neumayr and Abigail Pohlar.

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