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Atrium Health Floyd: Three GHC students receive tuition assistance through ‘Rise to Success’ program

Danna Sherlyn Balcarcel Hernandez, Selena Padron Espinoza and Diana Juarez-Pelico are enrolled as healthcare students at Georgia Highlands College. They have been selected to take part in the Atrium Health Floyd “Rise to Success” program.

The recent Rome High School graduates were celebrated at Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center recently as part of the Rise to Success program.

The initiative enables high school graduates to earn an associate degree in a healthcare-related discipline from a local community college and obtain an entry-level, part-time position at Atrium Health Floyd.

Atrium Health offers tuition assistance. The students are expected to work for Atrium Health for the duration of their college career and an additional year after completion of their associate degree and are encouraged to earn their bachelor’s degree.

Participants will have access to a career coach who will support their academic and work success throughout the “Rise to Success” program.

Read more by clicking here: Atrium Health Floyd Helping Students ‘Rise to Success’