BHHS Legacy Foundation Renews Grant Funding for Midwestern University High School Programs

BHHS Legacy Foundation has decided to continue their partnership with Midwestern University.

  • AZ - Glendale
  • IL - Downers Grove
Students learning about health care equipment

Continuing a 12-year partnership, Midwestern University is pleased to announce that the BHHS Legacy Foundation has provided a $30,000 grant aimed at fostering healthcare career experiences for over 2,000 Valley high school students in 2024. The grant renewal continues one of Arizona’s most fruitful relationships in providing exceptional opportunities for high schoolers to explore careers in the health sciences.

The grant supports Midwestern University’s free spring and summer programs for high schoolers: the Arizona Regional Brain Bee, the Health Sciences Career Day for High School Students, and the Health Careers Institute for High School Students.

The BHHS Legacy Foundation’s mission and vision is to help community organizations improve the health and quality of life of citizens in need. To date, both the Foundation and Legacy Connection have invested more than $120 million to highly effective nonprofit projects, programs, and organizations that provide care and services to the underserved in the community. For more information about BHHS Legacy Foundation, visit or visit @BHHSLegacy on social media.

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