Financial Aid / Scholarships
Currently, the AAMS financial aid program has not been activated. To pursue financial aid for the 2018 AAMS Program, return to this page on, or after, November 1, 2017 for further instruction.
We offer scholarships for students who show academic excellence but also demonstrate financial need. To be considered for a scholarship, the student must be a U.S. citizen and meet one or more of the economic need indicators listed below:
Other request from high school principal, high school counselor, financial aid officer, or community leader that explains a student’s financial need.
Scholarship/Financial aid requests must be submitted in a written letter along with the application and must include parents' previous two years federal and state tax returns for review. Scholarship funds are very limited, and we want as many students to have access to our program as possible. Please do not apply for scholarships unless you are truly in financial need.
WHAT IS IT
Designed for students who have successfully completed the Cardiothoracic Surgical Skills Summer Internship, this two-week intensive Advanced Program will further strengthen students' knowledge of laboratory surgical skills and their understanding of complex cardiac function and anatomy.
WHERE IS IT
The Sheraton Maui Resort
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Hiking to the blow hole
Shopping at Whalers Village
4 - 12
MAUI 2018 – Program Details
Program fee: $5,800.00
Please note the following:
The program fee includes two pairs of scrubs for each student, along with all teaching materials.
Housing fee: $5,995.00
In addition to room and board, the housing fee includes activities such as:
Program fees, Housing fees, and Minor Fees are all non-refundable.
AAMS requires that all minors, anyone under 18 years of age, pay an additional $500.00 fee. Minors will be supervised 24/7 by one of our Residential Advisors.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Payment of the program fee will be required to hold your spot in the program.
Haleakala rises to more than 10,000 feet (3,000 m) above sea level, and measures 5 miles (8.0 km) from seafloor to summit, making it one of the world's tallest mountains.
Maui is a leading whale-watching center in the Hawaiian Islands due to Humpback whales wintering in the sheltered ʻAuʻau Channel between the islands of Maui county.
Snorkeling is one of the most popular activities on Maui. There are over 30 beaches and bays to snorkel at around the island