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Introducing S.E.E.D. Next Generation!
This brand new project will work to mentor at-risk minority youth through their education in the medical field, including the path to become a physician assistant. The hope of this project is to promote cultural change in our profession beginning in our local community. Presentations to high schools in under-served communities will open new doors, show students that there are a number of physician assistants locally that share their cultural background, and provide mentorship to help motivate students through coursework, applications, and getting into a PA program.
If you know of a community or high school that would benefit from this program please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Project SEED is preparing for our
2nd Annual Health Fair!
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church:
Sunday, November 4, 2012
8 am – 4 pm
Blood Pressure Screening – Blood Glucose Screening – Nutrition Education - Prize Give-away – Kids Face Painting
Hygiene Hyjinks is looking forward to another year of entertaining and educating the youth of our community on the importance of hygiene.
Education on Oral Hygiene, Body Hygiene and Sanitary Habits in the form of skits, games, quizzes and prizes
If you know a school or after-school program that may benefit from our program, please let us know!
Change begins with a SEED!
Project S.E.E.D is a student run organization established by Nova Southeastern University Southwest Florida Physician Assistant Program to improve the lives of the members of the local, national and international community.
What is the Project S.E.E.D.?
“Serving Everyone, Embracing Diversity” is a medical project established by NSU SWFL to impact the lives of the local and international community in an economical, practical manner.
What are we doing?
Hygiene Hyjinks – teaching children about the importance of cleanliness and hygiene
2nd Annual Health Fair – Look out for our next health fair, taking place this November in Immokalee, Fl.
Sweet Shades Project- providing hundreds of SW FL migrant workers with protective sunglasses to prevent occupational eye injuries.
And many other projects serving our community – click the banner links above to learn more!
Who started it all?
Project seed is supported by Nova Southeastern University, Fort Myers, FL