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 High School Student Programs

​​​​​​​The Division of Education provides health career learning opportunities for adult learners from college level training through adult continuing education and CME.  

In addition to training 7,000 employees, 650 doctors, 77 medical and dental residents Marshfield Clinic provides educational experiences for over 1,000 college students.  

Our primary student affiliation centers on medical student training as an Academic Campus of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.   From time to time, the Division also gets requests to provide high school students a worksite introduction into health careers.  

Marshfield Clinic provides high school students structured learning opportunities that give maximum exposure to health careers without burdening patient care areas.  These high impact structured high school learning events give high school students and faculty an opportunity for hands on and case based health career pathway exploration.   

The following is a list of program offerings through Marshfield Clinic's Division of Education:

High School Career Exploratory Events.

These half-day events focus on hands-on simulation with various health career activities for students in good standing over 16 years of age.  Exploratory Events are scheduled regionally to accommodate requests across the Clinic region of care.  

 

Upcoming Events: 

More information about current offerings can be found at 

Annual Fritz Wenzel Science Conference

This conference offers an array of lectures, demonstrations, hands‐on workshops and tours, which are designed to inspire high school students to pursue a career in the science field and encourage high school science teachers to enhance their classroom environment by incorporating the most relevant aspects of healthcare science and technology. 

Visit the Fritz Wenzel conference page for more  information and to register.  

High School Health Career Camp.  

These week long summer events are done in partnership with the Area Health Education Center [AHEC]​ in northern and central Wisconsin.   ​​​​Information about upcoming career camps can be found at https://ahec.wisc.edu/ahec-for-students/health-careers-summer-camps/​​

Observation Experiences. 

Students must be at least 18 years old and high school graduates in order to observe at Marshfield Clinic.​

More educational offerings for high school students can be found at: 

North Central Wisconsin Region

North Central Wisconsin Healthcare Alliance website​ 

Western and Northwestern Wisconsin

Your Future Chippewa Valley website