UNL’s Animal Science Experience

You’re invited to the 2016 Animal Science Experience on Monday, April 11th?

Who?

  • Any high school student interested in Animal Science as a major?

What?

  • Meet current Animal Science students & other prospective students!
  •  Tour the UNL Animal Science Complex!
  • Learn about clubs and extra-curricular activities at UNL!
  • Eat a delicious lunch at the East Campus Union!
  • Attend an actual Animal Science class to see what it’s like!
  • Participate in a hands-on lab experiment with a UNL Animal Science Professor!

When?

  • Monday April 11th
  • Check in: 9:30 a.m. – Animal Science Complex Commons
  • Adjourn: 2:00 p.m. – Animal Science Complex Commons
  • A map and a schedule of events will be sent out prior to the event for registrants!

How?

  • Please register via this link http://goo.gl/forms/KeVJBHjXFq.
  • Contact Admissions Coordinator Alli Raymond by phone at (402)472-0204 or by email at (araymond2@unl.edu) with questions.
  • Please complete registration form by Monday April 4th as space is limited!

Bryan Health College: Health Career Camp

What do you want to be?
Does this question ever enter your conversations?! It seems the minute you hit high school everyone is looking toward your future. Though, it’s true you need to start preparing for college, it’s hard to know what steps to take to get there. And, you don’t always have enough time or options available to explore different careers.
As you start exploring options, there are always more questions to consider:
 Do I want to work with people?
Do I like fast paced environments?
Do I like science?
How long will it take me to get through college?
What if we told you we could help you answer those questions and let you experience some really cool things hands-on? Curious?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, then a career option for you to consider
might be the health care field.
Camp experience
What is the health care field? Some think the health care field is made up of only doctors and nurses…But did you know that there are more than just those professionals that keep a hospital running?
Through this week-long camp at Bryan College of Health Sciences you will learn not only about health careers but see what health care professionals do by participating in hands-on experiences.
Get involved
To participate students must:
• Be a high school student age 16 or older.
• Be interested in a health career and enjoy science classes.
• Be able to attend the entire week-long camp.
• Apply April 24
Application details
• Complete and return application with $350
   Camp tuition by April 24.
• Camp applications are available at
  www.bryanhealthcollege.edu or call 402-481-8697.
• Qualified applicants will be accepted on a first come,
  first served basis. All applicants will be notified regarding
  acceptance into the camp.
Camp details
When: July 11-15 OR July 25-29, MondayFriday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
 Where: Bryan College of Health Sciences, 5035 Everett St., Lincoln, Nebraska
 Cost: $350 payable with application. This includes lunches, scrub uniforms, supplies, transportation to field trips and bowling and pizza social activity.
 Application deadline: May 2
 Questions?
Please contact:
Ash Wimes at 402-481-8375 or ash.wimes@bryanhealth.org
Jenny Lempka at 402-481-8863 or jenny.lempka@bryanhealth.org

Camp Erin

For a third year Mourning Hope Grief Center is partnering with The Moyer Foundation to host Camp Erin Lincoln. Registration is now open for the Lincoln camp scheduled for September 23-25, 2016, at Carol Joy Holling Camp. Please click here to access brochure.

Camp Erin is a weekend-long, overnight bereavement camp designed for children between the ages of 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them. It is a traditional, fun, high-energy camp experience combined with grief education. This special camp is offered free of charge to all families.

Camp Erin is an initiative created and funded-in-part by The Moyer Foundation, a non-profit organization established by Major League All-Star pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife, Karen.

“As a society, we tend to overlook how children are affected by grief,” said Carly Runestad, executive director of the Mourning Hope Grief Center. “There’s tremendous need for the kind of support Camp Erin provides, and we’re very glad to share this program with the entire Nebraska community.”

At Camp Erin, children learn that they are not alone in their grief. The fun, familiar environment of camp is combined with planned activities that give children a chance to honor their loved ones, express their feelings and make lasting friendships with peers who are facing similar experiences. Led by grief professionals and trained volunteers, Camp Erin helps children learn to cope and to heal.

“A child should never have to grieve alone,” said Karen Moyer, co-founder and vice president of The Moyer Foundation. “Together, with the team at the Mourning Hope Grief Center, we’re thrilled to make Camp Erin Lincoln available to all children and their families.”

Camp Erin Lincoln Details:

  • Camp Erin Lincoln will be held September 23-25, 2016 at the Carol Joy Holling Camp in
    Ashland, NE.
  • Applications to attend Camp Erin must be received by August 1, 2016 – but space is very
    limited. You are encouraged to apply early. The camp did have a waiting list last year.
  • For more information, or to apply as a camper, please contact Caitlin Mason, Program Director,
    at 402.488.8989 or cmason@mourninghope.org.
  • To learn more about becoming a camp volunteer or to apply for that position at Camp Erin,
    contact Lauren Patton, Program Resource Coordinator, at 402.488.8989 or lpatton@mourninghope.org
  • You can also visit www.mourninghope.org for additional information or to download application forms.

About The Moyer Foundation:
The Moyer Foundation is a public, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to provide comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction. Founded in 2000 by World Series champion pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen, The Foundation created and supports two signature programs. Camp Erin® is the nation’s largest network of free bereavement camps for grieving children and teens ages 6 – 17. Camp Mariposa® is a free, first-of-its-kind program for children ages 9-12 impacted by a family member’s addiction. For more information on The Moyer Foundation and its programs, please visit www.moyerfoundation.org.

About Mourning Hope:
Founded in 1994, Mourning Hope Grief Center companions grieving children, teens, young adults and their families when someone significant in their lives has a serious illness or has died. Mourning Hope provides support groups, community education, grief resources and referrals. Mourning Hope Grief Center is located at 4919 Baldwin Avenue. For more information call (402) 488-8989 or visit the Web site at www.mourninghope.org.