Mayers Memorial Hospital District is excited to announce our summer interns from the three local high schools. Stevie Collins from Fall River High School, Crystal Flores from Burney High School and Savanna Miller for Big Valley High School.
The three students will be a part of the second year of the program established for high school seniors at MMHD to provide the opportunity to obtain skills, knowledge and insight to career opportunities at Mayers Memorial Hospital District and in the healthcare field. The project is a part of Mayers’ “Planting Seeds and Growing Our Own” initiative which involves collaboration with the local school district.
Collins will be working in clinical departments and will be attending California State University, Chico in the fall. He will be majoring in human biology. He plans to pursue a career as a surgeon. He has been involved in Peer Mentoring, Future Farmers of America (FFA) and multiple sports. Flores will also focus on clinical services. She will be attending Shasta College and wishes to pursue a career in nursing. Flores has been very active in sports, Native American Indian Education and community service. Miller wishes to pursue a career as a paramedic and eventually a trauma surgeon. She will be involved in various clinical departments at MMHD for her internship. She will attend Lassen Community College in the fall. She has been involved in FFA, California Scholarship Federation and multiple sports while at Big Valley High School.
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