Camp Fast Forward is the place to be for any student going to the 8th or 9th grade in the upcoming 2022-23 school year with dreams of obtaining a medical profession. This special camp is being hosted by the SWLA Area Health Education Center (SWLAHEC) and is perfect for a teen that has a genuine interest in working in the medical field. They will learn how to administer first aid, have a chance to get a CPR certification, healthcare simulation and much more. This camp is absolutely free to 8 and 9th graders and will offer a wide variety of medical skill and hands-on training.

There are a couple of requirements for students who want to participate:

1.) Have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or higher

2.) Copy of current report card

3.) Must be going to the 8th or 9th grade next school year

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Students who meet the above requirements may apply for Camp Fast Forward now! Space is very limited. There are a few ways to get registered can scan the QR code, by calling (337) 989-0001 or via email at brook.voorhies@SWLAHEC.com. Don't let your teen miss the opportunity to learn important life-saving skills and get an early look at what it's like to work in the medical field.

Camp Fast Forward will be in three different locations at different starting times and they are as follows:

IBERIA CAREER CENTER - June 13 - 17

SLCC Lafayette - June 20 / June 24

MSU - June 27 - 30

For more details or to ask questions concerning this camp please contact brook.voorhies@SWLAHEC.com. See the flyer below regarding Camp Fast Forward for even further information about this amazing camp.

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