The Allied Health Academy (AHA) provides training, educational support, and financial assistance to eligible students who want to prepare for employment as certified nursing assistants (CNA), geriatric nursing assistants (GNA), phlebotomy technicians, sterile processing technicians, dental assistants, or other select allied health careers.
Frederick County residents who are single parents, unemployed, underemployed, or are facing other barriers, may be eligible for the Allied Health Academy.
Through the FCC Foundation, an AHA program scholarship is available to eligible participants for tuition, books and materials, transportation costs, and/or childcare costs. This financial support is provided by the Women’s Giving Circle and the Leiby-Cavalier Endowed Scholarship Fund.
Contact the FCC Foundation
for more info.