Catskill Hudson AHEC Programs


Catskill Hudson AHEC works with hospitals, healthcare organizations, schools, at-risk youth organizations, and BOCES within our 11-county region to develop and support programs that expose youth to future health career possibilities and develop an understanding of the current studies necessary to achieve the academic requirements needed to pursue their chosen health profession.

To date, thousands of medical, pre-medical, nursing and health professions students were placed with hundreds of teachers at community-based training sites. Tens of thousands of young people, ages 10-17, have received exposure to healthcare careers and health professionals through the fun and interactive activities of our health career youth programs.

If you are a student interested in learning more about a career in healthcare, or a teacher or preceptor looking to get involved in programs that expose our young people to healthcare professions, please contact us for more information.

BOCES students attending Bodies Exhibits

Health Career Youth Programs

Scrubs Club Logo

Scrubs Club

Health Career exploration for high school students.
By Catskill Hudson AHEC

Continuing Education Programs

Nursing Summit Logo

The Nursing Summit provides an educational forum for the nursing profession, presenting timely issues to strengthen the nursing workforce.  

Emergency Responder Leadership Academy Logo

This program targets professional development in Emergency Service management, administration, supervision, public relations, budgeting and other areas that are critical to every emergency service’s long-term success.

Health Professions Seminar Logo

These annual educational forums will incorporate highly relevant topics surrounding the health professions with instruction by experts in the field. 

Medical Student Training


Health Profession Rural Summer Immersion Program - CHAHEC is one of 11 multidisciplinary providers of this program.

AHEC Scholars Logo

2 Year academic program that provides health professional students with community learning opportunities