If you’re a student looking for a career in health, the High School to Health Careers Program (HSHCP) is a great way to experience the NT and explore opportunities in healthcare you never thought were possible.
The High School to Health Careers Program (HSHCP) gives students studying a health discipline an opportunity to:
HSHCP participants will also visit high schools across the Top End and deliver hands-on workshops that inspire students to become the next generation of health professionals. This is a great way to:
Flights, accommodation, transport and some meals will be provided.
Health care students will have the chance to attend Barunga Festival. Barunga Festival is an annual festival showcasing Indigenous culture and takes place from Friday 12 August 2022 to Sunday 14 August 2022. Spanning 3 days, thousands of people from across the world descend upon the small community of Barunga to take part in a program of music, sport, traditional arts and cultural activities.
Please note, participants will be camping (equipment provided) with limited shower facilities and power.
The National Nursing Forum (NNF) is the Australian College of Nursing’s signature annual leadership and educational event bringing together nurses, students and other health professionals from around the country and across the globe. Attendees will enjoy a full and rich forum experience with face-to-face presentations and interactions with the nursing network, the opportunity to connect with valuable sponsors and exhibitors to learn about the latest products, and more.
To be eligible for HSHCP, participants must be currently studying a health discipline and available on the dates of the program.
Deadlines for HSHCP close on Sunday 17 July 2022. We will notify you of the status of your application on Monday 18 July 2022.
For more information, email our Future Workforce consultant Lexie Vazey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 8982 1069.