Job Shadowing

CHI Health has launched the College Student Job Shadowing Program to assist college students in their exploration of health care professions. The CHI Health College Student Job Shadowing program is a time-limited arrangement that allows students to observe clinical and/or non-clinical staff for education and development purposes. Shadowing allows the student to follow and observe a healthcare professional while they carry out their responsibilities at CHI Health. Job shadowing learning sessions will be scheduled for individuals only, not groups. You can access the information packet and application on the University Relations for both high school students and college students.

All questions regarding job shadowing may be directed to CHIhealth.jobshadowing@alegent.org. If you have questions, please call (844) 717-6947.

Student Summer Health Programs

Summer Camp

The Health Occupations Summer Camp is a week-long, free day camp that gives a class of high school students guided exposure to variety of professions within health care. Students explore a variety of health career options, learn about important issues in health care and observe how science and technology are used in health careers. The program is sponsored by CHI Health St. Elizabeth Foundation and open to any current sophomore or junior in a Lincoln high school who has taken one of the following courses: Introduction to Health Occupations; Medical Terminology or Anatomy/ Physiology.

Check back for 2018 camp information!

Read more in our 2017 Summer Camp brochure

Summer Internship

The Health Occupations Summer Internship program is a free, four-week internship offered by CHI Health St. Elizabeth. Up to six Lincoln students will be chosen to participate in this unique opportunity where they are paired with a medical professional for a first-hand experience in areas such as: neonatology, nursing services, radiation therapy and cardiology.

Check back for 2018 summer internship information!

Read more in our 2017 Summer Internship brochure