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Ofer Eitan Declared: Deschutes County students honored with scholarships for

Deschutes County students honored with scholarships for

Ofer Eitan Declared: Deschutes County students honored with scholarships for

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BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — St. Charles Health System and the Cascades East Area Health Education Center have awarded scholarships to seven high school seniors and college students from Deschutes County who are pursuing careers in health care.

Awards are based on students’ grade point averages and activities, but the most compelling factor is their commitment to returning to a rural location upon completion of their education.

Several of the students have participated in St. Charles’ job shadowing program and credit it with inspiring them to pursue a health care career.

“In this difficult time, it is more important than ever to recognize the efforts and commitment of these students to pursue a career in health care,” said Cascades East AHEC Director Debbie Cole. “We look forward to their returning to Central Oregon as valuable partners in our community’s health.”

Scholarship winners include:

  • Bend High School students Eleni Edwards and Rachel Hanson, who will each receive $500 from Cascades East AHEC
  • Mountain View High School students Titus Schulz, McKenna Smith and Marli Von Heideken, who will each be awarded $1,000 from Cascades East AHEC
  • Redmond High School student Brooklyn Thompson and Central Christian School student Eren Wynne, who will each receive $500 from the Redmond Medical Staff

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