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What is the TEACH program?
Gibson General Hospital Auxiliary’s TEACH program is a summer program designed to give high school students an opportunity to learn more about the various careers in hospital and healthcare settings. These opportunities will help teens in making informed career and educational decisions.

TEACH allows teens to focus on learning more about healthcare careers while allowing the much needed flexibility they require to participate in summer jobs and other activities.

The program features 3-hour long “classes” provided 1 day per week (for 4-weeks). Classes are usually held on Tuesdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and include information, hands on activities, and demonstrations designed to peak teens’ interest in healthcare careers.


Who can participate in TEACH?
The TEACH program is free to any teen who will be 14 years old by August 1, 2019, and wants to learn more about healthcare careers.

How do I apply for the TEACH program?
To apply for the TEACH program just download, complete and return the TEACH Application (click on highlighted text to download) to the Gibson General Hospital Auxiliary by following the directions on the application.
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