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Educators News Links


Education is the key to getting students started on a career goal. Educators play one of the key roles, whether inside or outside the classroom, in providing instructional tools, activities and information for the students and their parents. NESD AHEC is here to provide the resources and materials to do that. Just a few of the things available that can be loaned to your school are as follows:

  • Health Careers Puppet Bunch (with color books if requested)
  • In the Box Curriculum (click curriculum for more information)
  • "Assignment: Buckle Up" (a video about seat belt safety)
  • Kids Fitness Video
  • Smoking & tobacco resources
  • Educators News

    AHA Healthcare Provider CPR Certification

    NESD AHEC offers AHA Healthcare Provider CPR training. We can schedule training around your schedule. For more information concerning Healthcare Provider CPR training, please call 605.229.8305. Learn more →

    A day of mental health training: Serving those who served

    Please click on each site for the information you are seeking. Behavioral Mental Health Issues in the Military Mental Health Centers Military Culture Slides presented by Mike Cartney (ret. Col.) SD National Guard Serive Members Family Support Serving those who... Learn more →

    Health Occupations for Today & Tomorrow (HOTT)
    What is Health Occupations for Today & Tomorrow (HOTT)? HOTT focuses on health career information and opportunities for South Dakota students at all grade levels. NESD AHEC travels to area schools to educate K-12 students about health career opportunities, tailoring each presentation to be age appropriate. We aim to get students involved with the careers via a hands on presentation that...
    Young Native Writers Essay Contest
    A scholarship for writing an essay on Native American life and history.
    You can quit smoking! Here are links that will help you!!
    SD Quits
    The Gates Millennium Scholars
    A merit-based scholarship that covers the remaining college costs for minority students after they are awarded their financial aid packages.