M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) is a program designed for students interested in a career in the medical field. This camp experience will give you a unique look into the healthcare industry while practicing some of the important skill sets of these careers. 


Created with 6th-12th graders in mind, activities could be adapted for a younger audience.

Anticipated Supply Cost: 

The lessons and curricula linked are FREE to use. Materials to implement the curriculum are the responsibility of the user. You can expect to spend approximately $60-$75 per student on materials. This is an estimated cost, and you can expect materials to vary depending on quantity, manufacturer, and market. These activities use several items that you may already have on hand, like paper, tape, and scissors, which could reduce the cost of this experience.

Activities Include:

Careers Explored:

Please Note: The blood typing activity for Day 3 is included in the facilitator materials below but is not found on Camp Website due to its inability to work well in a virtual environment. It is a lot of fun though, and we recommend including this activity in any in-person camps!

Facilitator Materials:

Copy of Toolkit Check List

Supply List

List of suggested supplies.  You may supplement or substitute for certain activities.

Copy of STEM Toolkit - MASH Camp

Ordering Info

Spreadsheet with links to purchase and approximate costs. TRSA is not affiliated with these vendors.   You may order from any vendor you choose, or use items that you already have.  Item price and availability subject to change and is beyond our control.

Daily Activities

Daily Activities

Printable activities for facilitator's reference, or for students without internet access.  We recommend using the camp website (link above) which includes videos and additional information.

Copy of Welcome

Welcome Letter to Families

Make a copy and add your school's information.

Standards Addressed

Standards Addressed

Standards addressed by this camp's activities.

Funding for the original camp from which this Experience was created was provided by: