The LIFE program has continued to grow with a new cohort of students which began this summer. Two of those students are Thuy Ho and Francesca Barron who were placed at ParkTree Community Health Center in Ontario. Both students attend Chaffey Joint Union High School and will soon complet 60-80 hours of LIFE (Learning Inspired Field Experience) at ParkTree.
We can't say enough how positive experience for both the students and the staff goes a long way in inspiring other community health agencies to get involved with LIFE! Every student in the program is thoroughly vetted through our extensive application and interview process. The LIFE coordinator insures that students are matched with the right organization to provide the most meaningful experience. Students are monitored and maintain a working journal of their experience, while completing workbook activities that help them get the most out of their time at the health faciltiy.
ParkTree is committed to hosting LIFE students through out the entire summer. They see the future in these young adults and want to be a part of educating them on health careers while and heightening their awareness of health issues facing their communities today. The Inland Health Professions would like to thank Vanessa Enriquez, Outreach and Enrollment Specialist at ParkTree Community Health Center, and all the ParkTree staff for their contribution to the enrichment of these student's futures.