Bellin College has a variety of opportunities for local high schools and their students to learn about careers in healthcare.
Explore careers in healthcare with hands-on learning using state-of-the-art technology in hospital and clinic settings.
Bellin College offers summer camps for high school sophomores and juniors interested in finding out more about a career in nursing or medical imaging.
- Nursing Camp
- Medical Imaging Camp
Career Connection provides educators and students with information and opportunities related to pursuing careers in the growing healthcare field.
High School Teachers
In partnership with local high schools Bellin College has created a day experience for high school students to explore healthcare career specialties.
Nursing Assistant Program
Are you thinking about a career in healthcare? Our Nursing Assistant program is a great way to start building your skills. Students must be at least 16 years of age.
Nursing assistants (NA’s) are an essential member of a healthcare team, who work under the direct supervision of a nurse and perform basic duties such as dressing, bathing, feeding or transporting patients.
To register, or for more information about the NA program, please contact:
Amanda Super, Nursing Assistant Program Coordinator at
(920) 433-6644 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bellin College Healthcare Academy
Bellin College is committed to educating the healthcare professionals of the future. We offer a variety of ways for high school students to learn about healthcare careers and discover their passion through the Healthcare Academy. Exposing high school students to healthcare careers and courses can help them determine whether a healthcare career is right for them and inspire students to make the decision to continue their education.
Further Career Exploration Opportunities
- Observe a class
- Job shadow
- Speak with current students, alumni, or a program director
- High schools: Join us for a day of Hands-on Healthcare
- Healthcare Academy
Early College Credit Program
Select general education courses are eligible for the state-legislated program, Early College Credit Program (ECCP), which allows high school students to take college classes if approved by the high school and if the student has met all state-specified requirements. For more ECCP information, go to the general education page.