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Greater St. Louis Area Exploring Health Care Career Field

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What are the Health Care Careers?

Health Care Career Exploring is a hands-on program open to young men and women from the 14 to 20 years old with an interest in learning more about careers in the fields of Health Care.

Our Chartered Partners

Health Care Posts Currently Accepting Students

Christian Hospital

Mercy Hospital

St. Anthony’s Medical Center

St. Luke’s Hospital

What Health Care Exploring Can Offer

Health Care offers real-life career experiences in a variety of career fields.

Health Care Careers
Anesthetist Nurse Psychologist/Psychiatrist
Chiropractor Optometrist Speech Therapist
Dental Hygienist Personal Trainer Sports Medicine
Dentist Pharmacist Surgeon
Hospital Administrator Physical Therapist X-Ray Technician
Home Health Care Aide Physician, Physician Assistant Veterinarian

Tell Us More

We want to know more about you. Please take our Career Interest Survey so that we may better place you in one of our local career exploring posts.

You’re invited to get involved with Exploring and start learning about what career is right for you!

Start A Health Care Post

Is your company in the health care and interested in starting a post? Please contact Julie Monken to set a meeting.

Contact Us

Not sure who to contact? For all general inquiries, please email us:

Rick Stevens – Health Care Chairman

  • Profession: President
  • Company: Christian Hospital (BJC Healthcare)

Julie Monken – Health Care Senior Executive

  • Email:
  • Phone: 314.256.3052
  • Facebook: @ExploringStlCareers
  • Twitter: @Exploring_STL
  • Instagram: @exploring_stl_careers

Didn’t find a post that fits you? Please visit our other career fields below.

Arts & Humanities



Law Enforcement


Law & Government




Skilled Trades

Fire & EMS

Social Services

Please visit our national health care exploring site for more exploring resources.

Greater St. Louis Area Exploring Homepage (below)