HonorHealth Summer Team Volunteer Program seeks applicants
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Healthcare workers are needed in every part of the medical field and the HonorHealth Summer Team Volunteer Program is a great way to engage with the community while gaining an understanding of the healthcare industry and future career opportunities.
In addition to working directly with patients, families, guests and HonorHealth staff, summer teen volunteers will take part in the Meet. Explore. Discover. (M.E.D.) sessions that will provide healthcare-related education and career exploration opportunities, according to a press release.
There are more than 20 M.E.D. sessions available that include discussions with physicians, researchers and clinical staff and tours of our facilities, the release states.
The program is open to teens who have completed their freshman year in high school and who are able to commit to two 4-hour shifts each week between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Applications are now being accepted for the seven-week program running from June 3 through July 19 with an urgent need at HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center and Desert Mission Food Bank.
For more information, go to HonorHealth.com and search for “teen volunteers.”