Covenant Health will host a free summer camp for junior high students
Do you have a school-aged child who might be interested in working in healthcare? Or maybe they’re just interested in learning something new over summer vacation. Whatever the reason, you’re in luck because Covenant Health will be hosting a free summer program called CovenantReady.
Camp days are June 21-23 and July 12-14. There will be plenty of opportunities for students in grades 6-8 during the camp days to learn about healthcare and even start thinking about their future STEM career.
According to a press release from Covenant Health, students will be able to tour the hospital, see emergency vehicles, watch a pig lung demonstration and more.
The morning will start in Maxey Park and will include a tour of the hospital including the emergency department, radiology department, pharmacy and simulation unit. Attendees will be able to watch a pig lung demonstration, look at microscope slides, see an x-ray, check emergency vehicles and much more!
Students will also learn about a wide variety of topics and have the opportunity to speak with healthcare professionals. This summer program can help middle school students begin choosing a STEM track that interests them.
Not only is it a great opportunity for students to have fun while they learn, but it’s also free for parents. Parents can register their middle school students as long as places remain open here. But do it fast because the spots will probably go fast.
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