Mar. 8, 2018

Seton juniors admitted into the Health Collaborative's TAP programs

Seton juniors admitted into the Health Collaborative's TAP programs

Congratulations to Seton High School junior Caroline Klug who was admitted into The Health Collaborative’s TAP MD program and to junior Carly Selby who was admitted into The Health Collaborative’s TAP HC program. These programs offer high-achieving high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to tap into their talent and explore their potential in what it would be like to be a physician or a variety of careers in healthcare.

The TAP MD and HC programs are a year-long commitment. Through TAP MD, Klug will attend monthly experiences where she will be exposed to observing as well as hands-on opportunities that focus primarily on the career of being a physician. This includes a variety of specialties, practice settings, information about medical school and more. Selby will attend monthly opportunities where she is exposed to a variety of healthcare professions, which include but are not limited to healthcare IT, nursing, home health, paramedics, athletic training and occupational therapy.