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Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

If you're not sure what to do following high school, you're not alone. You simply need a chance to explore your interests. That's why we created the Summer Youth Program. The program emphasizes fun, hands-on activities, with the goal of introducing you to college life. You will be working in teams with students who face the same concerns about their future. Participation in the program will improve your communication skills, and you will be encouraged to think about career options as well.

2014 IPFW Dental Education, Nursing and Radiography (DENR) Health Exploration Experience

The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and the College of Health and Human Services presents the IPFW Dental Education, Nursing and Radiography (DENR) Health Exploration Experience for you to explore those in-demand careers this summer! High school students can explore three health areas to explore during three  10-day camp experience. Students will learn about what it takes to pursue a career in the field they have chosen and will participate in exciting hands-on activities and simulations. Listed below are the dates and times:

When: July 7-18 (Monday-Friday, two weeks) 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Must be available to attend all ten days.

Cost per person: FREE to the participant

Who is eligible to attend?: The participant must be enrolled in grades 8-12 in the Fall of 2014. He/She must reside in Allen, Grant, or Huntington Counties.

Space is limited to the first 30 students.

Camp Activities

Dental Education

  • Rubber Molds
  • Teeth Examination (Peer to Peer)
  • Use of Vacuum Trays
  • Ortho Typodont Practice

Nursing

  • Simulation Role-Playing
  • What is Nursing?

Radiography

  • Observe and participate in simulated exams
  • Review of Radiography: Ultrasound, CT, MRI, and Nuclear Medicine
  • Use of the Germ Light
  • Importance of Infection Control

 
 
 

 

 

 

Have any questions? Contact us!

We are located in Walb Student Union, Room 118

Phone: (260) 481-6608
Fax: (260) 481-6951
E-mail: dmaservices@ipfw.edu
Hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., M-F