Several students are learning how to help someone who is having a heart attack.
"This is the actual catheter. There is a needle inside."
17-Year-Old Joana Bercea is learning how to start an I.V.
"It is not a real person. At least I am not hurting anyone."
But hopefully, in a few years Bercea will be starting an I.V on a real patient.
Katie Drewelow and Cindy Crockett are registered nurses who are also camp directors.
"It is a good opportunity to open a door that they may not have experienced."
The program not only gets students interested in nursing, but it also shows them there is a lot more to nursing than just giving baths or changing bed pans.
"They have so many options, different things, new exciting things they can do.