High School Pathway Programs

Veterinarian Exploration Day

Veterinarian exploration day is designed to meet the needs of high school students who have expressed a passion for animals and veterinary medicine. They will receive hands-on animal care and handling experience.

  • A day in the life of a veterinarian

  • Basic first aid for animals​

  • Practice suturing (stitches)

  • Career pathways for animal care

  • Q&A with professionals

Anatomy in Clay®

Anatomy  in Clay® is a hands-on learning system that provides effective, informative, and relevant anatomy education for visual, audio, and tactile learners at the high school, college, and professional levels. Using models and clay, students are able to build the human anatomy from the inside out. (made possible through Zahourek Systems, Inc.)

H.O.P.E. Institute

The Health Occupations Promoting Equity Institute is a free week long camp held during the summer that provides students the opportunity to learn about various healthcare careers and pathways. Students will get hands-on experience with projects relating to the various healthcare careers and a chance to speak with educators and professionals in each field.

  • Introduction to health professions

  • Introduction to health para-professions

  • Understanding mental/behavioral health

  • Understanding public health

  • Teamwork and professionalism

  • Q&A with professionals

To learn more about a program and schedule an experience for your school, contact us at:
contactcahec@gmail.com or call 970-330-3608