In 200 words, please explain why you would like to attend this program.
An individual who comes from a family with an annual income below a level based on low-income thresholds according to family size published by the U.S. Bureau of Census, adjusted annually for changes in the Consumer Price Index, and adjusted by the Secretary for use in all health professions programs. The Secretary will annually publish these income levels in the Federal Register. The table below provides a breakdown of family income levels used to determine economic disadvantaged status. Family income is defined as the income of the trainee's parents regardless of the age of the trainee.
Size of Family Unit* - - Low-Income Levels**
1 - - $21,660
2 - - $29,140
3 - - $36,620
4 - - $44,100
5 - - $51,580
6 - - $59,060
7 - - $66,540
8 - - $74,020
* Includes only dependents listed on Federal income tax forms.
** Income Level Adjusted gross income for calendar year
Are you from an economically disadvantaged background (according to the federal definition above)?*
I hereby authorize the Northern Area Health Education Center (NAHEC) and hosting facility to photograph, videotape and/or interview or permit others to photograph, videotape and/or interview me or my child. Photos, video clips, and/or interview content of me or my child can be used in media releases (print, radio, internet, or television) or on the NAHEC or hosting facility's website, Facebook page, display boards, brochures, newsletters and other promotional/educational materials in support of the NAHEC mission.