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PSJA ISD Project Heal2 students attend Texas A&M Nursing Camp
PSJA ISD Project Heal2 students attend Texas A&M Nursing Camp

PHARR – Over a dozen PSJA ISD Project Heal2 students recently got to attend the Texas A&M School of Nursing Camp at the Texas A&M University Health Science Center. As part of the nursing camp, students got to participate in hands-on simulation activities and tour the campus. Project Health Education and Leadership for ALL (HEAL2), is a collaborative effort between Region One Education Center, DHR Health, South Texas College, PSJA ISD, and two neighboring school districts. Through Project HEAL2 students can enroll in firstyear college pre-requisite courses through South Texas College, and pursue a path toward earning an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) from that institution or a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from UTRGV or Texas A&M University. This work is done simultaneously as they earn their high school diploma. Students interested in applying may do so during their 10th grade year. For more information, please visit Story courtesy of  PSJA ISD ...

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