TAKING ACTION ON THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS! 

DON'T MISS THE 7TH ANNUAL HPAC SCHOLARS DAY! 

HPAC Scholars’ Day is a one-of-a-kind, Youth-Led Conference focused on the Students, Community and the Social Determinants of Health. Each year High School and College students from Northeast Ohio gather at HPAC Scholars’ Day to showcase community health projects, share ideas, and collaborate with other students throughout the state. A snap-shot of project topics form 2018 include:

  • Mental and Emotional Health Fitness
  • Food, Nutrition
  • Human Trafficking
  • Substance Abuse
  • Prevention Gun Violence
  • LGBTQ Health
  •  Global Health
  • Food Insecurity
  • Social Justice
  • Community Clean-Up

Students share their projects and work leveraging local resources and partnerships for prevention and the advancement of our communities.

WHO ATTENDS HPAC SCHOLARS’ DAY

HPAC Scholars’s Day provides an amazing opportunity to discover, witness and learn how students throughout Ohio are addressing the social determinants of health and health equity through innovative social mission projects. Each year, Scholars’ Day brings together over 800 conference attendees including students, community leaders, companies, and organizations, comprised of:

  • Health Professionals Educators
  • Youth Advocates Social Entrepreneurs
  • Nonprofit Leaders Philanthropists
  • College Admissions Leaders Allied Health Professionals
  • Government Representatives Health Technology Experts Community Leaders
  • Public Health Professionals

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Sponsorship is a great opportunity promote your brand as leader for health equity and to demonstrate your commitment to advancing students toward higher education and ultimately to the health professions

EQUITY CHAMPION SPONSOR - Starting at $10.000

Be our Equity Champion Sponsor and receive exclusive marketing benefits for the conference and pre-conference VIP event. Your organization is presented as the Equity Champion on all conference materials, including: print, online, media-outreach and event signage. Plus, an opportunity to provide a branded item to each attendee. Customized space for Resource Fair

DIVERSITY SPONSOR - Starting at $5,000

Be our Diversity Sponsor and receive customized brand exposure for both the conference and pre-conference VIP event. Logo placement on all marketing materials - print, online and event signage. Plus, an opportunity to provide a branded item to each attendee, and a space at the Resource Fair.

NETWORK LUNCH SPONSOR - $3,000

Be our Network Lunch Sponsor and your organization will have an opportunity to present and engage with conference participants.Take the stage for 20 minuets to share an engaging story about the mission of your organization, or provide table top materials showcasing programs and products. Plus, your brand logo will be displayed on all tables tops, event signage, and marketing materials.

SDoH COLOR ZONE SPONSOR - $1,500

Share the spotlight with students in the SDoH Color Zones as they present their projects to judges and conference attendees. Over 250 presentations will be centered around the Social Determinants of Health and Health Equity. Each zone aligns with health issues and students project topics.

NAME TAG LANYARD SPONSOR - $1,000

Your logo and tagline on hundreds of conference name-tag lanyards

YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR - $500

Help more youth learn and network at HPAC SCHOLARS’ DAY. Each scholarship provides for 25 HPAC Students to attend Scholars’ Day and share their project results. Your support helps to provide transportation and other related cost with students’ Scholars’ Day presentation and participation.

RESOURCE FAIR - $100

An opportunity to network and connect with over 800 high-achieving, civic-minded High School and University Students, plus program educators, parents and community sponsors. Each exhibit will have a 6’ Table, 2 Chairs, Lunch for 2 people. We encourage resource fair participants to provide an interactive activity or a fun enter-to-win item.


This year over 2,400 Ohio students are standing up in the bravest, most adult way we know, to help themselves, their families, their schools, and their communities

HPAC BY THE NUMBERS 

2,400

Ohio HPAC Students 

4,526

Volunteers

15,000

Ohioans Served

87

Active HPAC Sites

39

Counties

24,231

HPAC Student Dedicated Project Hours 

1,000+

Expected Attendance for Scholars' Day

250k+

Impressions for Top Tier Sponsors

They intuitively understand that in order to be our best selves, we must believe that everyone is doing the best job they possibly can, and they really do care.

Testimonials and Highlights from Scholars' Day 2018 

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A progressive voice for healthcare was forced to resign this week but 700 voices stood up to take his place. Today at Scholar’s day my hope was reignited for the future of healthcare in America. I saw 700 students that knew the importance of community health actively working to change the perception of healthcare in our communities.


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HPAC is an awesome organization determined to help students showcase their knowledge to the community and help them expand that knowledge. Thanks for letting me judge.


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Honestly, to hear the students share their projects, confident in their abilities to promote and spread health and success in their communities, was so impactful and is reassurance of how great this program truly is!


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I had the opportunity to speak to many of the students at their posters and found them to be so engaged in their work, versed in their research and able to talk about what worked and what they may have changed in the course of implementation.


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Scholar’s Day this year demonstrates the transformative power of a compelling vision, a devoted team, and a lot of hard work. This team is changing lives and communities in very meaningful ways.


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It was a phenomenal day of learning and listening to future health care providers and researchers. The scope of work, the honed presentation skills and the knowledge these students will carry forward, will certainly serve them well as they embark on educational or professional careers.



Take A Look At The 2018 Scholars' Day Winners