You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

RRANN Nursing Camp

Student practicing drawing up a vaccine into the syringe


All RRANN camps are currently canceled to meet CDC's COVID-19 recommendations on limiting events and meetings that require close contact.

This no-cost Nursing Camp program seeks to foster and encourage AN/AI youth of Alaska interested in a nursing career. Students will be exposed to academic, clinical, and community activities in order to develop realistic expectations about working as a registered nurse and learn about strategies to succeed in nursing school. The nursing camp will be presented so cultural diversity is honored and fully integrated in content and process.

UAA-Anchorage Campus 

Check back for 2022 date


High School juniors, seniors, or recent graduates ages 16 and older with an interest in nursing.


  • Learn how to prepare for college and nursing school
  • Practice real life nursing skills in a laboratory
  • Meet and work with practicing nurses
  • Tour local healthcare facilities
  •  Talk with nursing school students and graduates
  • Meet new friends!

WHERETwo students practicing nursing on a SIM doll

UAA Anchorage Campus



Sponsored by

UAA School of Nursing RRANN program

UAA Native Student Services

If you have additional questions please contactStudent holding human heart

Rita Kaiser, RRANN Program Coordinator at

Please note: RRANN Nurse Camp is a DAY camp program.

Overnight accommodations and transportation are not provided.