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Camps and Career Talks for Kids

Middle School Summer Camps: Carteret Health Care provides one and two day long summer camps for middle school students interested in various health care fields. The goal is to expose them to a variety of topics that may spark a future interest in the healthcare field. Visit the Carteret County School Career and Technical Page for more information on these camps.

Junior Volunteer Program: Carteret Health Care is committed to igniting students’ interests in health careers through our Junior Volunteer Program (ages 15-17). Students who are willing to commit to volunteer at least 40 hours during the summer are placed in various clinical and non-clinical areas to explore the many opportunities available in healthcare. Students 18 and older can complete an Adult Volunteer form. Volunteer opportunities DO NOT provide direct patient care.

Safe Sitter Classes: Carteret Health Care offers multiple Safe Sitter courses throughout the year. These classes are designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they're home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. For information about upcoming class dates, email

Career Talks - Each month, we will interview Carteret Health Care team members about their careers or a topic within their fields. The recorded videos will be posted here for your viewing.

Speaker and Career Fair Requests: If your class, school or organization is looking for an​ in-class speaker or career fair participant, please email us at with all event details. Based on the form information provided, we will reach out to various contacts to work to fulfill your request.