2016 MASH Camp

2016 M*A*S*H CAMPS
Missouri AHEC Science & Health Camp for Middle School & High School Students


ATTENTION ALL MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!  Have you ever wondered… What is it like to perform surgery?  Work in the ER?  Have a career in health care?  Stop wondering!  Register now for the 2016 Missouri AHEC Science & Health (M*A*S*H) Camps!  Learn about science in the field of medicine, nursing, dentistry, and other health care occupations.  Participate in hands-on learning activities that include:  vital signs, CPR, first aid, suturing, injections, dissections labs, oral health, and more!  And YES… have FUN too!


M*A*S*H Camp is a summer day camp held at various locations throughout the area.  The following camps will be held this summer:

2016 Middle School M*A*S*H Camps
June 30 – Puxico Junior High School, Puxico, MO

2016 High School M*A*S*H Camps
June 1-2 – South Pemiscot High School, Steele, MO
August 3-4  – Sikeston Career & Technology Center, Sikeston, MO
August 10-11 – TRC Nursing & Allied Health Center, Poplar Bluff, MO

All students must complete an application in advance and submit it by the appropriate deadline.  The cost of attending a 1 day middle school camp is $10.00 and a 2 day high school camp is $20.00.  Payment should be in the form of a check or money order made payable to SEMO AHEC and submitted with an application.  Applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis and participants accepted will be notified by email.


Information and applications can be obtained by visiting www.semoahec.org/mashcamp or by email from Sarah Jackson, SEMO AHEC Program Specialist, at [email protected].  Early response is highly encouraged, as capacity is limited for these events.


M*A*S*H* Camp is a collaborative effort of community partners including: the Southeastern Missouri Area Health Education Center (SEMO AHEC), South Pemiscot High School, Puxico Junior High School, Sikeston Career & Technology Center, and Three Rivers College of Nursing & Allied Health.  The mission of all academic and community partners in this unique learning opportunity is to provide early exposure and academic enrichment to students who are interested in becoming health care professionals in the Southeastern Missouri region.



Sarah Jackson, Program Specialist

Southeastern Missouri Area Health Education Center

506 D Hazel Street, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901

OFFICE (573) 785-2444

[email protected]