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Oswego M.A.S.H. Camp is scheduled forat Oswego Hospital. The camp is available at no cost to the student. Space is limited to 20 students currently in 7th and 8th grade. Applications must be received by .
A variety of careers will be highlighted during M.A.S.H. Camp through educational activities for students, in addition to guidance from dedicated health professionals.
The camp is sponsored by Oswego Hospital and the Central New York Area Health Education Center. The organizations have partnered on this initiative with the shared goal of alleviating the shortage of health professionals by encouraging young people to explore health careers.
A flyer that you can print out is attached to this email. Information about our other camps and programs are available by accessing our website at https://www.cnyahec.com, and selecting Programs.
To apply, access the online application by visiting CNYAHEC at https://www.cnyahec.com/apply/
Please see your counselor for the application and more information.
(315) 387-3445 ext. 1930
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