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Health Professions Career Camp

Section - College of Nursing

Dreaming of a career in health care?

If you’re interested in a career that will give you the chance to help others, consider working in a health-related field! You can explore the wide-array of opportunities available in this field at SDSU’s Health Professions Career Camp. Students will be able to interact with health care professionals and participate in a variety of activities, such as:

  • Demonstrations and information provided for many areas including nursing, pharmacy, pre-professional programs, human nutrition, exercise science, biology, microbiology, medical laboratory science and more.
  • Virtual visits to local health care facilities and specialty clinics which may include a virtual tour of their facilities.
  • Question and answer panel sessions with a range of healthcare professionals.

The camp is best suited for students entering their Senior year of high school the fall after attending the camp however the camp is also open to students who will be entering their junior year of high school in the fall semester. Financial assistance is available for those with demonstrated need. 

Sponsored by Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center, Health Professions Career Camp is supported and organized by the College of Nursing, the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions and the Department of Biology/Microbiology.

Summer 2023 Camp

In order to provide participants the most personalized experience and to ensure safety with COVID protocols, enrollment in the camp is limited and space will be filled on a first come, first served basis.  Participants will be required to adhere to any SDSU COVID safety protocols in place at the time of the camp as well as any protocols in place at facilities visited during the camp.  In the event of a camp cancellation due to changing conditions related to COVID, full refunds would be issued.


If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact Laura Jacobs.

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