Mt. San Jacinto College inspires high school students at 4th annual Health Occupations Discovery Camp

Two students and an interactive robotic patient
Mia Roberts, top left, and Karolina Bolanos, seniors at Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, practice on an interactive robotic patient at the Health Occupations Discovery Camp, Jan. 7. Valley News/Mt. San Jacinto College photo
MENIFEE – Mt. San Jacinto College’s School of Nursing and Allied Health hosted its fourth annual Health Occupations Discovery Camp for local high school students Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 7-8, at the college’s Menifee Valley campus.More than 200 high school students worked with about 60 nursing students in hands-on workshops that showcased careers in nursing and allied health. The two-day event was organized by the MSJC School of Nursing and Allied Health and the Inland Health Professions Coalition-Reach Out.“The camp was designed to inspire the next generation of health care professionals,” Dr. Peter Zografos, director of School of Nursing and Allied Health at MSJC, said.The students participated in activities that gave them a taste of careers in health care, inc
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