This year’s CHS Summer Camp offered 33 high school students the chance to soak up the educational and career opportunities available in health sciences. In addition to living and eating on campus last week, students – who were selected from a competitive pool of rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders – also checked out all the departments in the College of Health Sciences. Field trips took the group to AstraZeneca and Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. Students presented their pathway projects on Friday, Aug. 9 during closing ceremonies for the camp. Each student received a certificate and a Health Sciences lab coat as a special keepsake. Nearly 100 students have participated in the camp since 2017.