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OSU Medicine 411 virtual camp offers teens taste of medical school

With in-person events cancelled this summer due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, OSU Center for Health Sciences Office of Outreach and University Engagement came up with a different way to engage high school students in an effort to spark their interest in a career in medicine.
Medical student participating in meeting on laptop
Piloting a Win-Win

Tue, May 01, 2018

With the help of Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, five students from the Advanced Science and Technology Education Charter (ASTEC) public school in Oklahoma City have taken their senior year to a whole new level. They work in technical support at the Dell Oklahoma City Campus 25 hours a week, earning a salary, contributing to a 401(k) and gaining life-changing experience, all while working toward their high school diplomas and getting college credit hours.

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