To promote careers in nursing and allied health, Touro Volunteer Services will host the 6th annual Health Career Camp, July 22-26
. This is an intense one-week program for rising juniors, seniors and recent high school graduates interested in a healthcare career.
The curriculum includes 10 clinical rotations as well as CPR training and a special health and safety fair. Working in small teams, students benefit from hands-on learning activities as well as the opportunity to meet and observe healthcare professionals in their work environment.
- Cardiovascular Technology
- Clinical Nutrition
- Emergency Medical Technology
- Medical Technology
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Radiologic Technology
- Respiratory Therapy
- Speech Therapy
Touro's Health Career Camp is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Jackie Wolff Fund.
The Fund honors the life of Jackie Wolff, a 21 year-old college student when she was killed by a drunk driver. The Jackie Wolff Fund supports high school and college age students pursuing health careers and raises awareness of the danger of drinking and driving. Jackie was the daughter of Frankie and Leonard Wolff.
for a complete application packet.
to see a sample schedule of the Health Career Camp.
to see what students said about last summer’s Career Camp.
If you would like more information on the Health Career Camp,
please call Volunteer Services
at (504) 897-8107.