Acknowledgements

West Texas AHEC Logo The Texas H.O.T. Jobs website was funded by a grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.  The website was developed by a partnership between the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's School of Pharmacy and F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health.

H.O.T Jobs is a tool that was first developed in print format by the Texas AHECs and their partners in 1997.  Since then, HOT Jobs has evolved to include both a print and web format, now in the Fourth Edition.  HOT Jobs is supported by partners from across the state, including:
 

  •  TTUHSC's F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health,
      West Texas AHEC Program
  •  UTMB's Texas AHEC - East Program
  •  UTHSCA's South Texas AHEC Program
  •  Texas Department of Rural Affairs
  •  Texas Hospital Association
  •  Texas Education Agency's Health Sciences Technology Education
      program (University of North Texas)

4th Edition H.O.T. Jobs Workgroup

DANIELLE ASKINS - AHEC of the Plains
TODD BECKER - Brazos AHEC
KAREN CURRY - Greater Houston AHEC
LONI FLORES - West Texas AHEC Program Office
ASHLEY KING - Capital AHEC
SHANNON KIRKLAND - West Texas AHEC Program Office
LINDA LAMAR - Prairie AHEC
JESSICA READING - DFW AHEC
ROBIN RUIZ - Permian Basin AHEC
JODY SANDERS - Pecan Valley AHEC
ANDREA YELEK GLENN - AHEC of the Plains

Special thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their contributions to H.O.T. Jobs.

Alpha Sleep Labs
Brent Simpson, DDS and staff
Claude Lobstein
Craig Barker, MD and staff
Crossnoe Vision
Double T Health Service Corps
Dr. Gary Schwede, DVM, and Acres North Veterinary Clinic
Erica Valencia, DDS
Home Instead
HSTE, Texas Education Agency
Kevin McAlpin, DC, PA
MHMR Lubbock, Carson Scott and staff
Naga Bushan, MD
Niki Hall, RDH
Sean Swartzentraub, DPM
The Brace Place
TTUHSC Laser Vision Institute
TTUHSC School of Nursing’s Larry Combest Community Health & Wellness Center
TTUHSC Volunteer Services
Tyra Carter, RD
University Medical Center