Kayla Smith participated in healthcare summer camp

Kayla Smith of Winifred High School was selected to join an exceptional group of Montana high school students to participate in a five-day summer program aimed at developing the next generation of health care providers. 

Hosted by the Montana Areas Health Education Center, each MedStart camp immersed students in campus life while providing opportunities to explore a variety of health care careers through simulation activities and job shadows at local facilities. Students also attended college-planning sessions to map out their career goals.

MedStart Camps were hosted June - August in Missoula, Great Falls, Butte, Billings and Miles City. More than 80 students were selected to participate in the camps following a rigorous application and recommendation process.

For more information about MedStart Summer Camp and/or AHEC, please contact Shani Rich at (406) 457-8018 – www.ncmtahec.org or Natascha Robinson at (406) 457-8048 - www.scmtahec.org.



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