South Central College participating in local Education and Industry Partnership hosting SCRUBS Camp
Students to learn about Healthcare Careers at SCC’s North Mankato Campus June 15
Approximately 60 area students entering grades 9 - 12 will be at South Central College Wednesday, June 15 to experience first-hand what it’s like to work as a medical assistant, medical lab technician, phlebotomy technician, nurse, paramedic and EMT.
The students will be at South Central College from 9 am – 1 pm Wednesday, as part of a three day SCRUBS Camp running from June 13- 15, designed to expose student to healthcare careers.
SCRUBS Camp is a partnership between HealthForce Minnesota, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Mankato Public Schools, South Central College, Rasmussen College, MNCEME (Minnesota College of Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence), Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato Clinic and South Central Workforce Council.
Campers experience a variety of interactive activities and special field trips to get them excited about careers in this field.
Sessions are led by healthcare professionals and/or faculty from several area colleges and universities. Students will tour Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato Clinic, South Central College, Rasmussen College, and Minnesota State University, Mankato as part of their three-day experience.