Are you interested in learning about a career in healthcare? If so, we are here to help you explore all of your options. Below are some ways you can explore future careers:
JOB SHADOW - Students may arrange to visit one of our facilities and observe professional staff in any occupational area of interest. To learn more click here.
FIELD TRIPS - Come to one of our Ochsner facilities to experience a hospital setting and visit with a variety of staff members in diverse occupational roles. Click here to request a visit.
STAR (Science - Technology - Academics - Research) - The STAR program is a free, educational summer camp sponsored by the Academic Division of Ochsner Health System. Activities are designed to fulfill STAR's mission to inspire, educate, and prepare students for the future. The knowledge and skills acquired in the program will provide students with a solid foundation on which to build an advanced education and a successful career in science, medicine, or other areas of healthcare. Click here for more information.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES - Would you like to volunteer at one of our hospitals and gain some exposure to healthcare? At Ochsner, we take the time to match each volunteer's interests and skills with departmental needs. Volunteers may choose from a varied choice of patient and non-patient care areas throughout the institution. For requirements and more information, click here.
SCRUBS - SCRUBS is a five-day program that exposes local high school students to a variety of allied health, nursing, and non-clinical career opportunities in healthcare. THIS PROGRAM WILL NOT BE OFFERED IN 2013.