Northern Territory 2012 Rural High School Visits Program
An exciting opportunity exists for a small number of enthusiastic and committed undergraduate medical, nursing and allied health students from around the country to deliver health careers workshops to high school students throughout Central Australia and the Top End in 2012. The program runs over two separate weeks.
When? Applications have now closed.
The Central Australia trip is Saturday 28th April – Saturday 5th May
The Top End trip is Saturday 26th May – Saturday 2nd June
The eighth Northern Territory RHSV is proudly presented by:
- General Practice Network NT (GPNNT)
- Student Association for Rural & Remote Health
- National Rural Health Students Network (NRHSN)
What they’ve said…
"After discussion of barriers to moving away from home, and of studying at university, it was encouraging to see a greater number of students raise their hands at the end than had done at the beginning, when asked if they would think about studying a health related degree."
Kristy McGregor (Charles Sturt University)
“This is certainly a trip that I won’t forget and that may have had a serious impact on my future professional life. I highly recommend it for all medical and allied health students regardless of their current feelings for rural and remote practice.”
Dougal Robertson (University of Notre Dame)
“The friendships, career information and professional networks that are established from these visits are priceless to all students on the trip.”
A. Crane (University of Notre Dame)
You will be…
- Eager to work with Indigenous and non-Indigenous students from rural and remote communities to promote health career opportunities, inspire interest and address some of the very real barriers these students face in relation to further study.
- Prepared to undertake cultural awareness training, travel through spectacular country and meet remarkable people.
- Committed to contributing to the development of appropriate and effective RHSV material for indigenous students.
- Enriched by the experience.
Candidates will be expected to address Key Selection Criteria. Click on this link for how to apply.
We have 12 places open (6 on each program) and we are looking for people across all disciplines. Medical Students are great at getting your applications in so you guys keep doing what you do - Allied Health and Nursing students there are 10 places out of 12 for you on this program, please don't think you wont have a chance!!!
Contact Diana Carli-Seebohm email@example.com, Ph: 08 8950 4814 or or visit www.gpnnt.org.au for more information.
Applications have now closed- thank you to all who applied.