We're building a team of diligent, enthusiastic community leaders who promote the mission of High Sierra AHEC and make a difference in our community. This award-winning program is a unique way to gain non-profit and public health experiences while acquiring professional growth and development. Perfect for undergraduate students pursuing careers in health care!
Pre-professional health care student
Must have at least two (2) academic semesters or minimum of one year left in undergrad
Interest in serving the community
Pre-Professional Healthcare Summit-
The Pre-Professional Healthcare Summit is an annual event put on by our Student Ambassadors that aims to provide education to pre-professional students pursuing healthcare careers, covering current and emergent health topics. The Summit also targets other students on similar tracks in order to better inform them of the realities of pursuing a healthcare career from local health professionals themselves. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks about the topics that will lead to practice transformation and cultural humility in public health and healthcare settings.
K-12 Initiatives Run By Ambassadors-
Health Care Heroes Camp
Crime Scene Investigation Camp
Interested In Joining Our Student Ambassador Program?
Download & fill out the Student Ambassador Application
If selected, you will be invited for a Personal Interview
Send your completed application, resume, and cover letter to the programs and services coordinator, Marisa Pimental
Once accepted, sign the AHEC Offer of Ambassadorship
*Background checks will be conducted for all accepted Student Ambassadors
Should you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact
Marisa Pimental at email@example.com or by phone at (775) 507-4212.
Student Ambassador Highlight
High Sierra AHEC is a great organization that provides the resources youth need to develop into future health professionals. Even though my tenure with AHEC did not end with a career in healthcare, volunteering as an SA and interning with them provided me with experiences that depend my love for educating college students. As a grad student at UNR studying educational leadership and an Academic Advisor at TMCC, I get to learn more about that it means to be a higher education practitioner and assist students with their educational and professional goals. I am immensely thankful for what AHEC helped me discover about myself and my profession. HOWEVER, this work can’t continue without donations from people like you. Dozens of students every year find their calling because of the work AHEC does. - Kayla Freeman