Career Awareness

Exploring-Learning for Life

for High School Students

Mayo Clinic, in partnership with the Learning for Life Program, BSA, provides a program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in health-related careers. Several groups cover various health careers, such as physician, allied health careers (therapists, radiography, respiratory and more), nursing and research. 

Each program provides a learning experience revolving around the following goals: career exploration, life skill development, service learning experiences, character education and leadership opportunities.

2017-2018 Exploring programming details and dates coming soon!

  • Pre-Registration will open in late September 2017 (date to be determined)
  • Exploring Orientation and first meeting will be in early October 2017 (date to be determined)
  • Please view an example of program activities and details:
    2016-2017 Exploring Program (PDF)


For more information about Learning for Life, please see:

Program Facts

What: Exploring is a work-site-based program that gives youth an opportunity to visit community organizations and explore dynamics of various careers.

Who: 10th-12th graders

Why: Career promotion, skill development, leadership enhancement and linkages with classroom learning

When: Available through local Explorer Posts. Call local Explorer Office at 287-1410 for assistance.