DCHS Summer Scholars
Saint Louis University's Doisy College of Health Sciences Summer Scholars Health Care Exploration Camp is designed to give high school rising sophomores and juniors interested in a future in health care an opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the academic programs offered at the college.
Participants will learn about all DCHS academic programs, which prepare students to become: athletic trainers, health information specialists, medical imaging specialists, medical laboratory scientists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, physician assistants, radiation therapists, registered dietitians, speech-language pathologists and many other health care professions. In additional to educational activities, students will:
- Stay in one of SLU's residence halls, with meals provided
- Receive SLU gear
- Participate in organized evening activities
- Be entered to win a free iPad
To request additional information, please contact email@example.com. Potential applicants must apply between January 15 and March 31, 2020.
The DCHS Summer Scholars Health Care Exploration Camp is open to any rising high school sophomore or junior who is interested in pursuing a career in health care. This program was designed to encourage high school students from diverse backgrounds to pursue health-related careers.
The camp will take place from Sunday, June 7 to Saturday, June 13, 2020.
The camp will take place at the Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University and students will stay in one of SLU's residence halls.
Applicants who are selected will receive a full-tuition scholarship to attend the DCHS Summer Scholars Health Care Exploration Camp in 2020.
To be eligible, students must have:
- Taken and passed a high school English, Math and Science class - all with a grade of "B" or better
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0/4.0 or 4.0/5.0
- Submit a letter of interest (500 words or less) expressing interest in a particular program or the allied health fields
Applicants from underrepresented communities will be given priority.