Summer Nursing Camp

Find Your Way Forward

Join us for Summer Nursing Camp

2024 Summer Camp Dates | June 16-21, 2024


The Indiana Wesleyan University School of Nursing is excited to present a summer nursing camp experience. Immerse yourself in the career of nursing with hands-on, interactive opportunities through  skills development, simulations, CPR and first aid training. You will also hear from guest speakers who are leaders in the nursing field.

As a high school student considering a career in nursing, you will be exposed to numerous areas: transcultural, geriatric, maternal/child, surgery and more. Come and explore, consider, pray and have a good time!

When you complete the nursing camp at IWU, you will….

  • be certified in CPR,
  • have an introductory knowledge of basic nursing skills,
  • have been introduced to a variety of nursing scenarios,
  • have an awareness of different fields in nursing,
  • have been exposed to cultural aspects of nursing,
  • understand how faith integrates with the practice of nursing, and
  • be able to build on foundational values related to your potential calling in nursing.

Register for Camp

Total Registration Cost: $500

  • Base Cost: $450
  • Registration Fee (non-refundable): $50

For students entering 9th grade to graduating seniors.

Cost includes resident hall lodging, three meals a day, snacks, and all major aspects of the camp. Our dining hall has many options for those with food allergies. However, we encourage you to bring appropriate snacks since not all snack options will meet all dietary needs.


Note: The $50 non-refundable registration fee is due at the time of registration. No student will be considered registered until they have submitted this fee. Balance of tuition and fees are due by May 31, 2024. Any registrations after June 1, 2024 will incur an additional $50 late registration fee

Meet the Camp Director

Bethany Johns BSN, RN

Bethany Johns is the manager of the Fortune Simulation Lab and a 2009 alum of Indiana Wesleyan University. She has been an RN for 15 years and has experience in OB, Urgent Care, and Perioperative nursing. She has worked in IWU's student health clinic and has been a clinical instructor for IWU since 2012.  She is passionate about empowering nursing students to critically think and provide excellent patient care.