BERLIN — White Mountains Community College and the North Country Health Consortium will hold its seventh Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Camp with a health careers twist this summer.

STEM Health Camp, designed for students entering grades 6-8, provides hands-on, fun-filled activities that are meant to be introductory, interactive and project-based in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health professions.

Some of the activities planned for this year’s camp include rocket building, veterinary medicine, GPS, adaptive sports, dentistry.

STEM-Health camp will run for one week, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., June 24-28.

Registration materials and information can be obtained on the White Mountains Community College website at wmcc.edu or by contacting Tamara Roberge, Project Manager by email at troberge@ccsnh.edu or by phone (603) 342-3062.

Acceptance and scholarship will be awarded on a first come basis.

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