The Marjorie G. Hogan Memorial Scholarship Program is now the GHA Marjorie Hogan Workforce Development Program. It is a combination of hospital internship opportunities, high-school health occupations experience and post-secondary educational scholarships. The program aims to provide opportunities for members to receive a small financial subsidy for workforce development; students to receive work experience, scholarships, training and education; and the legacies of Mrs. and Mr. Glenn Hogan, the first Executive Director of GHA, to continue. For more information, contact Rhett Partin.
The Georgia Association for Healthcare Facility Managers (GAHFM) Jack Joines Scholarship recognizes an individual for his or her demonstrated leadership skills, exemplary commitment to the society, community and the health care profession.