Health Care Career Exploration Camp

Are you a high school sophomore, junior or senior who is interested in a career in health care? Are you unsure of what to study in college and career path to choose? Then why not spend a week with us – free of charge!

CHI Health hosts FREE Health Care Career Exploration Day-Camps! We are dedicated to providing hands-on learning experiences to help high school students (grades 10 – 12) gain a better understanding of the variety of health care careers. Please note, we will be highlighting many careers in health care, not just clinical positions. Lunch and snacks are provided..

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Please Note: To retain the health and safety of our patients and community, CHI Health has chosen to cancel the summer Health Care Career Camps scheduled in Grand Island and Kearney. We apologize for this inconvenience, please check back for future career development opportunities.

How To Apply

The application requires students provide immunization records, allergens, career interests and parental email address. The application will generate an email to the parent who will have to consent to the student application. Applications without completed parental consent will not be considered. The application ask you to select which camp you would like to attend. At this time, duplicate applications to multiple locations cannot be considered, you must select only one camp.

Please consider your summer activity schedule and do not apply if you have a conflict. We would like you to attend every day the entire day, practice schedules and other commitments will not be allowed.

Enrollment

Enrollment is limited based on location. Due to limited space, students who attended in the past will be placed on a waitlist to provide an opportunity to students who have not yet attended. 

Who Should Attend?

Incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade Nebraska and Iowa students interested in exploring health care career options are eligible to attend. Students are responsible to provide their own transportation to and from all locations.

What to Expect?

We respect everyone learns differently so we make sure to provide a variety of different learning opportunities. In addition to lecture students should expect:

  • Fun group activities 
  • Interactive learning experiences 
  • Hands-on activities 
  • Facility & department tours

Questions?

For additional questions, contact Tara Shaw, tshaw@sfmc-gi.org, (308) 398-5421 (Grand Island) or Morgan Fjeldheim, morganfjeldheim@catholichealth.net, (308) 865-7093 (Kearney).