Nursing and Healthcare Camp: June 10-15, 2018
Rising 9th – 12th Grade

Are you thinking about a career in healthcare? Doctor? Nurse? Physical Therapist? Healthcare professional? If you are a rising 9th-12th grade student and would like to learn more about these and other healthcare opportunities, we invite you to attend our Nursing and Healthcare Camp at Auburn University hosted by the Auburn University School of Nursing!

Nursing and Healthcare Camp is designed to provide engaging opportunities which introduce core concepts of healthcare and nursing through classroom and simulation lab settings. Learning continues outside the classroom and lab, through small group discussions, projects and field trips.

Camp participants will experience campus-life while residing in Auburn's resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social and recreational activities. Campers will have 24/7 counselor supervision.

News Article: Auburn University’s new nursing building opens!

HOUSING:

Campers will reside in the Hill Dormitories or the Quad dorms. They are designed in suites consisting of two double-occupancy rooms connected by a bathroom.

MEALS:

Campers will have various meal options for breakfast and lunch in The Student Center. Unlike breakfast and lunch, dinner is held in The Village Dining facility, where they have unlimited options of a buffet-style meal.

FACILITIES:

Auburn University and The School of Nursing recently just completed construction on a brand new Nursing Building located on the corner of Lem Morrison and Donahue Drive. This 89,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility is the first building on campus to provide a home for all of nursing’s classes, simulation labs, activity learning centers and offices.

Additional facilities for clinical nursing experiences include East Alabama Medical Center and other hospitals in the area, Mental Health Centers, clinics, nursing homes, physicians’ offices, Public Health Departments, public schools and industrial sites.

Margot Fox
Margot Fox, MSN, RN
Assistant Clinical Professor

Margot Fox received a BSN from the Auburn University School of Nursing in 1986 and a MSN in Nurse Education from the joint Auburn University/AUM program in May of 2013.

She began her career as a staff nurse in Orthopedics and Neurology at a large regional hospital in Asheville, North Carolina. She later served as a community resource nurse in one of the first hospital-sponsored health information and referral services in the NC area. Following a move back to her hometown of Alexander City, Alabama in 1990, Mrs. Fox began a twelve-year career as an occupational health nurse in the textile industry. Her responsibilities included physical health assessments, audio and pulmonary screenings, first-aid and injury care, worker’s compensation case management, ergonomic and safety evaluations, health promotion, and management of on-site clinics in Alexander City, Ashland and Sylacauga plants.

Throughout her nursing career, Mrs. Fox has been active in volunteer organizations within and beyond her community, including six weeks of service as an adult team leader for young adults providing home repair services for underserved families in the Appalachian Mountains. Mrs. Fox joined the AUSON faculty in August 2014 and is involved in junior level academic and clinical instruction. She is a graduate of the year-long Leadership Lake Martin Program, currently serves on the Auburn University School of Nursing Alumni Board, and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society.


Kendall Henderson
Kendall Henderson
Assistant Clinical Professor

Mrs. Henderson joined the Auburn Faculty in 2016. She graduated from Auburn’s School of Nursing in 2013 with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Following graduation, she moved to Atlanta and worked for Emory University Hospital in the Neurointensive Care Unit for around three years. Mrs. Henderson then went on to graduate from Auburn University in 2016 with her Masters in Nursing Education. After graduation, Mrs. Henderson began working for the Auburn University School of Nursing and teaches first and second semester students in the areas of Nursing Pathophysiology and Adult Health Nursing.

Mrs. Henderson serves on the Research Committee and is also on the Governance Committee for Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society. She also took part in the first nursing camp at Auburn University in the summer of 2016. She is a professional member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Phi Kappa Pi Honor Society, the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, and the Alabama Nursing Association.

Registration for camp will open on December 1, 2017. Want to know exactly when camps open? Sign-up for our e-mail updates today!

CAMP FEE: $800 and includes:
  • On campus housing
  • All meals, snacks and drinks while at camp
  • Program instruction, materials and equipment
  • Transportation to and from off-campus field-trip sites
  • Recreational activities

Enrollment is limited to 24 students, so register early!


CANCELLATION POLICY:

If a registration is canceled for any reason, the individual or organization making the original CAMP FEE payment will receive:

  1. A full refund, with a $25 administrative fee deduction, if the cancellation request is received at least 4 weeks prior to the start date of the program;
  2. A refund of 50%, if the cancellation request is received less than 4 weeks prior but at least 2 weeks prior to the program start date;
  3. No refund for a "No Show" or for a cancellation request received less than 2 weeks prior to the start date of the program.

Note: A registration may be transferred to another person at any time for a $25 transfer fee.

Last Updated: November 7, 2017