Students Learn About Medical Careers in MASH Program

Twenty local high school students spent two weeks of their summer learning about careers in the medical field. The annual MASH (Medical Application of Science for Health) program is a two-week intensive summer program for high school students who will be entering their junior or senior year in the Fall school year. MASH is sponsored and funded by North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the Arkansas Farm Bureau, Arkansas Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Baptist Health and local businesses.

The 2018 MASH participants include:

- Lakota Alderson, Kingston

- Kourtney Alverson, Bergman

- Emilie Barber, Valley Springs

- Elizabeth Bullington, Harrison

- Claire Doshier, Harrison

- Bailey Doss, Berryville

- Maci Duncan, Marshall

- Brooklin Edwards, Harrison

- Roberta Fuchs, Harrison

- Maggie Griffith, Omaha

- Nicole Harris, Marshall

- Corey Holsted, Alpena

- Rylie Johnson, Marshall

- Dezerae Medler, Bergman

- Bernice Rubio, Harrison

- Lakyn Thomas, Harrison

- Logan Walden, Harrison

- Lindsey Ward, Harrison

- Alyssa Williams, Jasper

- Hailey Wilson, Bergman

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