Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP)

The Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP) is a dynamic partnership between Wayne State College and the University of Nebraska Medical Center designed to recruit students from rural areas and train them in medical fields who will return and practice in rural Nebraska communities. In order to be eligible, you must be: a new freshman, a Nebraska resident, and the city in your address must not be one of the following: Omaha, Lincoln, Ralston, Boys Town, Elkhorn, Bellevue, Papillion, Chalco, or Offutt Air Force Base. Applications for the RHOP are due on December 1st by 11:59pm. Applications and/or supplemental materials received after that will NOT be considered.

Supplemental Questions
  1. What allied health career field do you wish to pursue? (Choose only one):
  2. Current Employment
    • If currently employed, please provide a description of your current job, including a description of the work you perform, and the dates of employment.
    • Supervisor Name
    • Supervisor Phone Number
  3. Previous Employment (up to 5)
    • If previously employed while in high school, please provide a description of any previous job(s), including a description of the work performed, employer with contact information, and dates of employement.
    • Supervisor Name
    • Supervisor Phone Number
  4. What were your summer activities during high school?
  5. Disciplinary Actions
    • 1. Were you ever required to leave any high school due to disciplinary actions?
    • 2. If answered "Yes", please explain in detail. If answered "No", please type "N/A".
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