Interested in creating or expanding a Health Professions Education & Training (HP-ET) program at your health center? Are you looking for a way to ramp up your recruiting of clinical care providers by partnering with teaching and training programs? Then join ACU’s STAR² Center for “Health Center Partnerships for Pathway Development,” part of our webinar series on building HP-ET programs at health centers. This one-hour webinar features a discussion with two healthcare provider training institutions on how they partner with health centers to provide medical education opportunities for their students, and recruiting opportunities for the health centers with whom they partner. Dr. April Dobroth, Clinical Director of Frontier Nursing University’s Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program and Dr. Sharon Obadia, Associate Dean of Clinical Education Services at AT Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine discuss their specific programs, their partnerships with health centers, and what institutions like theirs look for when engaging in HP-ET partnerships with health centers. Dr. Kiki Nocella, a Director of Healthcare Consulting at Wipfli and specialist in graduate medical education provides opening remarks on creating successful HP-ET partnerships in health centers.