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The In-A-Box Program provides current health and science activities to students in grades 4-12, to inspire them about the possibilities of a career in healthcare.
In-A-Box allows students to explore aspects of scientific careers, the body, and the environment through these self-contained "Exploration in Science and Health" kits.
Boxes are available for loan to North Dakota educators and health facilities, and for special programs like Scrubs Camps and career fairs.
- Bones & Muscles In-A-Box
- Brain In-A-Box
- Dentistry In-A-Box
- Ear In-A-Box
- Eyes In-A-Box
- Guts In-A-Box
- Nutrition In-A-Box
You May Request a Box Two Ways:
North Dakota's In-A-Box Program is funded by the Center for Rural Health. It was created by the Oregon Area Health Education Center and professionals at Oregon Health & Science University.