ACMC Academy gives high school students an opportunity to gain exposure to healthcare careers and learn about employment options here in Ashtabula County.
Students spend an average of 24 hours per week side-by-side with clinical professionals in departments throughout the hospital. In addition to specific department rotations, students participate in special lunch-and-learn sessions to learn about other hospital departments, including non-clinical areas such as Information Technology, Human Resources, and Marketing.
All students who successfully complete ACMC Academy earn a $500 scholarship. Two participants who demonstrate the best performance throughout the program may also receive an additional $1,000 scholarship. Funding for the program is possible through the generosity of donors to ACMC Foundation.
To be considered for the ACMC Academy, a student must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher and have no more than three absences/tardies in the previous semester (COVID-19 or extenuating circumstance absences will be considered).
The following forms are required for consideration for ACMC Academy.
ACMC Academy Program Information Sheet 2023
ACMC Foundation Jacqueline Ann McTrusty-Nazor Memorial Scholarship
Jacqueline Ann McTrusty-Nazor
April 8, 1960 – August 19, 2021
Jacqueline Anne McTrusty-Nazor generously served the community of Ashtabula for many years. She dedicated herself to human services and led with a heart of abundant compassion. She changed countless lives and rose as a pillar in the social work field. Her light brought hope and comfort to community members when facing some of the hardest decisions of their lives.
Jacqueline was the person to call to find the answers and when the answers were hard it was her wise and warm soul that helped clients during their hardships. Jacqueline valued supporting the community of Ashtabula. As a legacy in her honor, her family wants to extend a helping hand to those who are driven to help others as she did.
A $500.00 scholarship is open to graduates of a public or private high school in Ashtabula County or professionals who work in social work, human services or related field in Ashtabula County. For professionals, preference will be given to those who live and work in Ashtabula County, Ohio. Applicants must be enrolled or accepted to an accredited college or university and pursing a degree in social work, psychology, or human services within the United States.