High school students will have the opportunity to explore health career options at Black Hills State University during the 2010 Scrubs Camp
The camp, which is free to attend, provides high school students a chance to discover the healthcare field by offering them an opportunity to explore and experience various healthcare industry careers.
Scrubs Camp is a day-long event where students will hear from a variety of healthcare professionals in the Black Hills area, who will discuss what they do in their field and how they got into their professions. Students will also have a chance to experience many hands-on activities throughout the day and receive personalized career guidance plans.
Demonstrations will include family practice, dental hygiene, physical education & health, respiratory care, psychology, human services, fitness & health, and much more. Participants in the camp will receive free lunch and a t-shirt. Parents/guardians or other family members are welcome at any or all of the camp activities.
Scrubs Camps are made possible through the collaborative effort of the South Dakota Department of Education Office of Curriculum, Career and Technical Education and the South Dakota Department of Health Office of Rural Health.
The deadline to register for the camp is Friday, Oct. 22. Register here.
For more information contact Hasina Ahmad, Distance Education coordinator at BHSU, at 605-642-6427 or Hasina.Ahmad@BHSU.edu.