Thank you, for being YOU.
The Best of Us
At the end of the day, the success of our programs comes down to you, the volunteers. The passionate, giving, and caring individuals making differences whether it be mentoring students on stage, or behind the scenes keeping the wheels turning. You make it possible to bring the most innovative education programs to students worldwide. You make it possible to empower the youth of our future; to prepare them for a rapidly changing 21st century world ahead of them.
You live and breathe social responsibility, and for that - we thank you.
To design and deliver the most inspiring and innovative STEAM based educational programs where students will acquire and master critical transferable skills for their future success.
As a Space School Nurse you will be an invaluable part of the CASE program. You will help make cuts and scrapes disappear, and headaches vanish. You will be the first point of contact for medical enquiries during the Students’ stay at the program hotel. In addition to that, this position will oversee the physical and mental health and safety of the attending space school students. These international students will be traveling to Houston to explore STEAM facilities such as Space Center Houston, Museums, and various other locations and activities during the two weeks of expedition.
Become part of a team of motivated educators and staff to further your professional experience and global connections.
What we do
The California Association for STEAM Education(CASE) mission is to design and deliver the most inspiring and innovative STEAM based educational programs where students will acquire and master critical transferable skills for their future success.
Time Length: July 5-21, 2019, 16 days
Location: Houston, TX
Be able to practice in the State of Texas. Flexible with day and night shifts
Pediatric experience, physical endurance
Provide and coordinate patient care, administer prescribed treatments and first aid to students or staff
Perform physical exams, wound care, and numerous other personalized interventions while observing and monitoring patients' conditions
Educate patients and provide emotional support
Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules and regulations
Liaise with local doctors, hospital and pharmacies as needed, including arranging medical appointments
Maintain digital and written medical log of all visits and promptly report to Expedition Management in any severe cases, when urgent care or higher level of care is needed
Maintains nursing supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level;anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies; using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results
Ability to read and follow directions on medication labels, health forms, and physician orders
Maintain a cooperative relationship among health care team including other registered nurse,
by communicating information; responding to requests; building rapport; participating in
team problem-solving methods
Good Communicator with staff, students and parents
Enjoy working with over 350 students aged 12-17 years old and staff members
Enthusiastic and committed to the safety and well-being of attendees
Observing attendees to ensure optimum health and safety levels.
Qualifications (Minimum Education and Experience):
Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience as a qualified nurse. Experience as a Camp nurse preferred
Registered Nurse, State of Texas, Current License
Must maintain current First Aid/Responder, EMT, LPN, RN, or MD license
Valid Driver’s license
Computer skills: Microsoft office. Introduction and Training on Student Medical Management program will be provided
Experience in both children and adult illness/injury care
Community health knowledge
Background checks are required for this position
To join CASE Space School as a volunteer nurse, please submit your resume via email to