Community-based Experiential Training

Mirgrant Farm Workers Clinics

Health professions students seeking enhanced training opportunities in rural and/or underserved communities are invited to explore the Community-based Experiential Training programs offered by CT AHEC. The Program Office located at UConn Health in Farmington offers training and experience with the Migrant Farm Worker Clinics serving seasonal agricultural workers in the state.

CT AHEC’s four regional centers offer specialized training that includes a team-based and interprofessional approach, immersion in a partner agency, and didactic and clinical training specific to the topic and community. The focus of these experiences include:

  • Children/Youth
  • The Elderly
  • Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • The Homeless

To learn more about what is offered, please contact our center directors below.

Health 360, Inc.

Waterbury, CT

Areas Served: Greater Waterbury, Greater Danbury and Litchfield County


Patricia Harrity, M.S.
Executive Director

Central AHEC, Inc.

151 New Park Avenue, Suite 3C, 1st Floor
Hartford, CT 06106

Areas Served: Hartford and Middlesex Counties, Meriden and Wallingford

Phone: 860-231-6250

Patricia Gonzalez, M.S.
Executive Director

Southwestern AHEC, Inc.

5 Research Drive, 2nd Floor
Shelton, CT 06484

Areas Served: Fairfield and New Haven Counties, including Bridgeport and New Haven

Phone: 203-372-5503
Fax: 203-513-2834

Fernando Morales
Executive Director

Health Education Center, Inc.

55 Main Street
Norwich, CT 06360

Areas Served: Windham and New London Counties

Phone: 860-465-8281
Fax: 860-724-2568

Alyssa McClain