Last Updated on June 26, 2022 by Laura Turner
Health Professions Week is a nationwide collaboration between today’s healthcare and education organizations designed to provide reliable, accessible resources to explore careers in the health professions. If you are considering a future in the health professions, HPW is your one-stop-shop to explore over 20 career options. Registrants receive access to a personalized website with curated, on-demand content introducing the participating health professions. Additionally, they receive access to exclusive live events featuring opportunities for one-on-one career advice. All prospective health professionals are welcome to register for #HPW2019, including career changers, high school, college and graduate students, both domestic and international.
Here are some of the highlights:
- Learn about 21 different health professions – all in one place!
A full list of participating professions can be found at https://explorehealthcareers.org/hpw/.
- Hear from health professionals.
Six days of FREE AND ONLINE events are all packed with opportunities to listen to and interact with practitioners. Events include presentations, discussions and a virtual fair where there will be opportunities to ask questions!
- Connect with peers who have similar interests.
Attendees will be all high school students, college students, career changers, parents, advisors, and counselors interested in learning about health professions as a career option – just like you!
- Learn how to build relationships with professionals your chosen profession.
Whether it is shadowing or learning more, it is very important to find the right fit when deciding on the right profession for you.
- Plan for your future.
From educational requirements to payment options, there is so much to learn about career options. #HPW2019 will offer resources on how to prepare for your education, even before you are ready to apply!
Don’t miss out! Register for #HPW2019 to gain access to a personal HPW page to see events and how to interact as a student, parent, or counselor.