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Volunteering is a great way for students to explore potential career paths and gain exposure to the healthcare work environment. Martha Jefferson Hospital offers students a variety of experiences in both clinical and non-clinical settings. Assignments are made based on the student’s interest and the needs throughout the hospital. Student volunteers are critical because they provide extra personal attention to support Martha Jefferson’s “The Caring Tradition.” This additional support allows our regular staff to focus on the clinical aspect of a patient’s care. Once the volunteer assignment is made and the volunteer makes the commitment to follow a set schedule, he/she is expected to adhere to that schedule.
Our Student Volunteer Program has the following program requirements:
Listed below are the three types of student volunteer opportunities:
The Student Volunteer Program dates are as follows:
Winter/Spring Program: This program is in currently session. The 2013 program will run from January 1 — April 30 (4 months with minimum of 4 hours per week) with application deadline of December 1, 2012.
Summer Program*: June 4 — Aug 6 (2 months with minimum of 8 hours perweek) with application deadline of May 3, 2013. This summer program is for students 19 years of age or older.
Fall Program: September 1 — November 30 (3 months with minimum of 5 hours per week) with application deadline of August 2, 2013.
*The Summer Junior Volunteer Program for high school students (ages 15-18) is managed by the Community Outreach Department. For information on this program, please go to the Community Outreach section of our website.