SCRUBS Camp - Middle School

07/14/2020 - 07/16/2020
SCRUBS Camp - Middle School

Event Code: RE-WORKSHOP-20-1571

Program: Workshops & Camps

Type of Event: Workshop

Capacity: 120 / Spots Open: 50%+

Registration Deadline: Fri, Jun 26, 2020 2:14 PM EDT

Price: $225.00

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Refund Policy

SCRUBS Camp refund policy is if cancellation is made two weeks prior to camp date. All but $25 may be refunded.

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

SCRUBS Camp will be held rain or shine

Volunteer

No Volunteers needed for this event. If you're interested in working as a Camp Counselor...please email Becky    

bthelen@sctcc.edu

Agenda

Tuesday, July 14 - Interactive sessions at St. Cloud Technical & Community College...drop off and pick up at SCTCC

Wednesday, July 15 - Interactive sessions at St. Cloud State University...drop off and pick up at SCSU

Thursday, July 16  - Field Trip Day (time divided between St. Cloud Hospital and Good Shepherd Community)...drop off and pick up at SCTCC

For an overview of the camp activities please click on the "Documents" tab.

Event Dates

Date: 07/14/2020 - 07/16/2020

Venue/Location:

St. Cloud Technical & Community College - HSB
1245 15 St. No
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303
United States

Grade Level: All

Robot Skills Challenge Offered: No

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Becky Thelen
Title: SCRUBS Camp Coordinator
Email: bthelen@sctcc.edu
Phone: 320-308-5359
Event Day Phone: 320-308-5359

Secondary Contact
Susan Jordahl
Title: K-12 Initiatives Director
Email: susan.jordahl@sctcc.edu
Phone: 320-308-5908
Event Day Phone: 320-308-5908

General Info

St. Cloud Scrubs Camp is a collaborative effort between the business and industries of the St. Cloud region, St. Cloud Technical & Community College, and St. Cloud State University. This is an engaging, interactive and fun three day camp open to any student entering grades 7th-12th in the fall. Students will spend three days exploring a variety of healthcare careers like nursing, laboratory science, social work, alternative therapies, and many others.

Students experience these careers through field trips and hands on activities facilitated by healthcare professionals and college faculty. Students will be provided daily lunches and snacks.