Students will assume the role of a doctor and learn to take vital signs and a patient’s history during a patient care simulation. Hands‐on workshops allow students to try their hand at suturing, emergency first aid and intubation.
Challenge yourself to move beyond your comfort zone and develop your leadership potential
Students will participate in interactive workshops that allow them to explore medicine
Fun & Engaging Trips & Tours
Visit museums, institutions, and monuments in Washington, D.C.
Dates & Locations
- July 16 - July 21
- July 24 - July 29
Our Medicine & Health Care program for middle school students uses an interactive approach to learning that gives you an opportunity to explore the world of medicine.
- Taking Patient History
- Vitals Signs
- Skills Lab Suturing
- Skills Lab: CPR
- Workshop: Careers in Medicine
An important part of the NSLC middle school programs is seeing the sites around our nation’s capital. These trips are designed as both sightseeing tours and educational trips specifically tailored to explore the field of medicine.
Students are escorted on all field trips and stay within their TA Group or other supervised groups.
Trips may include:
American Red Cross | Museum of Health & Medicine | National Zoo | Capitol Hill | Museum of Natural History | Monument Tour
At the heart of each of our youth leadership programs is a curriculum designed to build concrete leadership skills that will help you succeed. Interactive lectures and small-group workshops will give you an opportunity to build upon your strengths and minimize your weaknesses.
Leadership topics tailored to the Medicine & Health Care program include:
- Personality Styles and Group Dynamics
- Conflict Resolution
- Public Speaking
- Intrapersonal Communication
Program tuition includes housing (if application), all on-campus meals, course materials, academic expenses, and activities. Tuition also includes chartered, air-conditioned motor coaches for off-campus briefings and tours. Note: Students are responsible for the cost of travel to and from the program as well as individual spending money for souvenirs, laundry, and a few off-campus meals during field trips and tours. Students will be held responsible for damage to rooms and lost room keys.
Residential Option: Residential students live on campus in a dormitory. This tuition includes room and on-campus meals. Students are housed with one or two roommates on a gender specific floor. The front desk of the dormitory is monitored 24-hours a day and NSLC staff live on the floor to provide supervision each night. A pillow, towel and bedsheets are included.
Commuter Option: Commuter students will check-in each morning between 7:00am-7:30am and check-out between 8:00pm-8:30pm each night. Commuter students are provided the same meals as residential students but the tuition rate does not include housing accommodations. Between 7:30am-8:00pm each day, we ask that students only be signed-out for medical or family emergencies.
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