June 22-26, 2014 General Camp Information

The North Central Area Health Education Center (NCAHEC)/Marshfield Clinic 2014 Health Careers Summer Camp is a 5-day program that provides an opportunity for high school students grades 10 - 12 to experience first 
hand the challenges, opportunities, and rewards of health professions. 
The hands-on activities are facilitated by instructors and health care professionals. Diversity awareness and leadership skills training 
are included as a part of the camp experience. Chaperones are present
at all times.

Below is a picture of the 2013 campers and their chaperones. 
A limited number of students will be selected to attend camp, based on the information provided in their applications. Students attending camp are provided lodging at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. Camp expenses, including the cost of meals, lodging, and transportation, are paid for  by North Central AHEC and Marshfield Clinic. Campers are expected to pay a nominal registration fee of $100.00, which is due upon acceptance to camp. The registration fee is nonrefundable, with scholarships available if needed. See The Frequently Asked Questions PDF Document on the Forms Page for more information on registering for camp.
High School students in grades 10 - 12 from the following counties within the North Central AHEC region are eligible to attend:
Chippewa, Clark, Dunn, Eau Clarie, Marathon, Pepin, Pierce, Portage, Taylor, Waupaca, and Wood.
This unique camp experience is a collaboration of North Central Area Health Education Center (NCAHEC) and Marshfield Clinic.