We help students better understand career opportunities available within health care. We have college internships in a variety of non-clinical roles or projects every quarter to give students experience in different departments. Learn more ›
Oregon and SW Washington high school classes (students and their teachers) are invited to view live surgeries in real time at Providence hospitals. Learn more ›
Providence School Outreach connects career seekers of all ages to health care careers through experiential learning. Our innovative and award winning program encourages career seekers to explore the many career opportunities that exist within health care. Not only does this help them make better-informed career decisions, but it often motivates and inspires them on their own career pathway.
For high school students, School Outreach events can demonstrate relevancy to classroom learning and may be used to meet Oregon high school graduation requirements. We greatly appreciate the opportunity to partner with teachers, counselors and schools to bring health career exploration to Oregon and SW Washington students.
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Grant Magazine, a publication from Grant High School, recently featured Ruby Vise, a Rebel leader from Madison High School, in a story titled “A Cloudy Subject.”
Learn more about our program and school outreach opportunities throughout the year from our quarterly newsletter.
Rebel leaders accepted the Oregon Public Health Institute Billi Odegaard Genius Award on October 9, 2015 at a luncheon ceremony.
During the 2014-2015 school year, approximately 373 students have participated in 18 Career Highlight events put on by Providence School Outreach. Over 40 Providence Caregivers have helped to facilitate these events,...
Have you been to Providence Wellspace yet? It’s near the entrance to the Providence Sports Care Center at Providence Park. Come in for personalized assistance, and tell your friends and family without a health plan...
Providence Portland Medical Center offers high school students the opportunity to take a field trip to the hospital where students and teachers can observe a live surgery – typically a lung cancer operation or other...
To influence through education and inspire through example to promote a tobacco free world.
Rebels for a Cause is made up of roughly 65 high school students (juniors and seniors) drawn from three Health Occupation Programs...
The program gives local students the opportunity to learn about brain surgery, health careers and health risks first-hand.