More and more programs have sprung up locally to familiarize students with trades and professions in the hopes of getting more Alaska Natives employed.
That’s what the University of Alaska Anchorage did 20 years ago for Alaska Native nurses. The program is called RRANN: Recruiting and Retaining Alaska Natives into Nursing. In December, RRANN held a camp in Bethel for high schoolers to show them how they, too, can enter the field.
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Source: KYUK Public Media – How Do You Recruit More Young Alaska Native Nurses? Start By Giving Them A Stethoscope.