COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences summer camp aims to help high school students get a sense of various health care professions through hands-on activities.
Sonograms are one of the many things kids like Lucy Witt learn at the camp.
“In general, I think the medical sciences are quite cool so I haven’t quite decided what particularly I’m interested in,” said Witt, who will be a junior at Metro Early College High School in the fall.
While most kids know from an early age, they want to be a doctor, Witt decided later in life. She used to be freaked out by the idea of death, injury and blood, but down the line, her fear piqued an interest.