The Health Careers Summer Camp is a 5 day program that provides an opportunity for high school students to experience first hand the challenges, opportunities and rewards of health professions. The hands-on activities are facilitated by instructors and health care professionals. Diversity awareness and leadership skills training are included as a part of the camp experience. Chaperones are present on site at all times. Click here for more information!
A limited number of students are selected to attend camp based on the information provided in their applications. Students attending camp are provided lodging at either the Silver Lake College or UW-Oshkosh campus, depending on the camp location. Camp expenses; including the cost of meals, lodging and transportation, are paid by organizations sponsoring the camps. Campers are expected to pay a nominal registration fee, which is due upon acceptance to camp. The registration fee is nonrefundable, with scholarships available if needed. See Frequently Asked Questions for more information on registering for camp.
High School students from the following counties within the NEWAHEC region are eligible to attend:
Fond Du Lac
These unique camps are a collaboration of the following organizations:
Camp Director: Brenda Birringer
Phone: (920) 652-0238
Dates for 2019 Health Careers Camps:
Fox Valley Camp: June 23rd - June 27th, 2019
Lakeshore Camp: July 7th - July 11th, 2019