This month, a free summer program for middle school students will introduce sixth, seventh, and eighth graders to health and science careers through a series of interactive and engaging online sessions. The program, which will take place June 15-19th, consists of an hour-long interactive presentation each day. Each session is led by a regional health and science professional, including faculty from UNM, Highlands University, and Luna Community College, and topics highlight both the excitement of careers in the scientific, medical, and health fields and the impact these professions have on individual lives, families, and communities. Through a combination of fun, engagement, and learning, the camp will provide participants with an early experience of careers that are challenging, highly rewarding and deeply meaningful.
The health and science career camp begins Monday June 15th and has several available openings still remaining. Orientation will take place this Friday 12 June, so families should register interested middle school children as soon as possible. To register, click the "Register Here" link on the program flier or register here. The camp is free of charge but requires access to a computer for Zoom and a reliable internet connection. For questions, please contact the El Valle Community Center at 505-660-3434
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