• St. Louis Public Schools and BJC School Outreach and Youth Development present

    Men of Tomorrow Health Careers Camp 2014

    QUESTIONS? READY TO APPLY? Email Catherine.Talbert@slps.org or call 314-345-5713. COMPLETED PAPERWORK IS DUE ON APRIL 10, 2014.

    The “Men of Tomorrow Health Careers Camp” is an opportunity for minority male students to learn about careers in the health care industry. Students will have male mentors who are currently working in the allied health areas. Careers will include nursing, laboratory work, dieticians, and a variety of technician opportunities. Sessions will include hands-on activities, tours, and soft skills preparation for the workplace environment.

    This is a collaborative program with the St. Louis Public Schools Division of Career and Technical Education, the MO Foundation for Health, and the BJC School Outreach and Youth Development Department. Partnering with BJC School Outreach will be Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Barnes-Jewish Hospital Emergency Services, and the Goldfarb School of Nursing.


    Criteria for participation:

    2.5 or higher GPA
    90% Attendance

    Minority Male Students who have an interest in Health Careers
    Current Grade 9-11 students

    Student sessions: Held at Barnes-Jewish Hospital Medical Center Complex
    #1 Barnes Hospital Plaza, St. Louis MO, 63110


    Dates for sessions, 4-6 PM:


    April 17                     April 24                     May 22


    Dates for sessions, 10 AM – noon:


    June 19                     June 26                    



    Topics will include Intro to Health Careers, The Need for Males in Health Care, Health & Nutrition, Emergency Services, GMen, Laboratory,  Pharmacy, Resume/Career Portfolio, Hospitality Services, Nursing, Research and Comparative Medicine


    Culminating Summer Camp:
    Monday, July 14, 2014 – Friday, July 18, 2014
    9 AM - 2 PM each day



    NO COST to participate. Bus Passes will be provided for transportation to attend the program sessions and camp.


    Permission forms, transcripts, attendance records, and immunization record are required for this program and may be returned to the Career and Technical Education Office at the St. Louis Public Schools’ Central Office, 801 N. 11th Street. If you have any questions, please call Cathie Talbert, 345-5713, Marlene Kolbe, 345-5721, or Cathy Gutjahr, 345-5715.