Yankton Rural AHEC hosted a Scrubs Camp on October 6th in the Avera Sacred Heart Professional Office Pavilion. High school students from 11 area schools attended the day designed to bring hands on activities in healthcare career exploration. The camp increases awareness, interest and understanding of the healthcare career opportunities in South Dakota. Avera Sacred Heart President/CEO Doug Ekeren welcomed the students and encouraged them to be involved in the healthcare field in any way they could, from volunteering and shadowing to becoming a CNA before attending college.
The students had a busy day with presentations on different careers including: Dietitian, EMT and Paramedics, Behavioral Health, Radiologic Tech, SDMyLife, Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatrician, and LPN/CNA. Exhibitors included USD, WIT, SDSU, MMC, Augustana, MTI, SD Human Services Center, Avera Senior Services and Yankton Rural AHEC. Thank you to our regional exhibitors and speakers from Yankton County EMS, Avera Sacred Heart School of Radiologic Technology, Hy-Vee, SD Human Services Center, SDMyLife, SDSU, Yankton Medical Clinic, and Allied Health for making Scrubs Camp such a success!
The video will give you a glimpse at the activity-filled day.
Contact Corryn Celmer, Yankton Rural AHEC program specialist, with questions or comments regarding Scrubs Camp.
Yankton Rural AHEC: 605-655-1400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org