STEM-Health Career Camp Scheduled


White Mountains Community College and the North Country Health Consortium are pleased to announce the sixth Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics camp with a Health Careers Twist (STEM - Health).  STEM - Health camp, designed for students entering grades 6 through 8, provides hands-on, fun-filled activities that are meant to be introductory, interactive, and project-based in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and health professions.   Some of the activities planned for this year’s camp include Rocket Building, Catapult Building, Bridge Building, Veterinary Medicine, Fresh Water Science, Dentistry, and much more.

Students who attended the 2016 STEM camp said, “STEM camp is really fun because you learn and participate in many fields and activities.”  "I will tell my friends that stem camp is a great way to have fun and learn about health.” and “It is not only health but also a lot of science.”  Parents commented, “ My child really enjoys everything it has to offer.  I feel he is getting a good look at different areas of science and technology.”  “ She loved it!  She wished it was the entire summer.  She really enjoyed meeting new people.”  Students who attended previous camps said, "STEM camp is really fun because you learn and participate in many fields and activities.”

STEM-Health camp will run June 24 through June 29, 2018, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The WMCC STEM - Health camp is an outreach programs supported by the  White Mountains Community College, the North Country Health Consortium along with the Northern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center, The Community Colleges of New Hampshire Foundation, and the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.  Camp tuition is $279 with scholarships available upon request.   Acceptance and scholarship will be awarded on a first come basis.

Registration materials and information can be obtained on the White Mountains Community College website at or by contacting Tamara Roberge, Project Manager by email at or by phone 342-3062.  We encourage early registration.  Consider sponsoring a child!

STEM Information and Registration Form