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  1. Summer Student Volunteer Internships Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and DeMay Living Center

  2. Who? • 14 years of age or older • Completed the 8th grade • Interested in or considering career in healthcare • Care about others and want to make a difference • Want to meet real needs

  3. Who? • Students that • Are self-motivated • Take initiative • See problems and bring solutions • Work independently and yet are team players • Listen well and abide by instructions • Have a desire to learn • Care about others and their well-being

  4. What? • One 3-week volunteer internship session offered during the summer • Monday – Friday, 4 hours a day • 8 am-noon or noon-4 pm • times available are based on department • Total of sixty (60) volunteer internship hours • placement not guaranteed • openings are available for ten students

  5. What Will Students Do? Various placements are available, such as: • General assistance on Patient Units • Assistance with Outpatients • Clerical and Office Assistant Roles • Patient Discharge and Transport Assistance • Visiting with Patients

  6. Where? • Newark-Wayne Community Hospital • DeMay Living Center Note: Location depends on volunteer assignment and position

  7. When? • July 21 – August 8, 2014 (Application deadline May 1st) • Orientation Training (required) – July 9, 2014 (1:00 - 5:30 pm)

  8. Why? • Do worthwhile work • Make a difference • Meet real needs • Gain work-related experience • Build your resumé • Explore the healthcare field by getting a “taste of healthcare” • Complete school community service requirements

  9. How? • Request and complete the application • Interview • Criminal background reference check • Medical clearance • Learn of acceptance/regret • Participate in entire general orientation and training session • Obtain ID badge and volunteer uniform

  10. How? • Mandatory General Orientation Training Session: Wednesday, July 9 , 1 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

  11. How? • Application Packet contains • Application form • Background check form • Standards of Behavior committment form • Essay of Intent form • “Why do you want to volunteer with Newark-Wayne Community Hospital / Demay Living Center?” • Applicant and Parental / Guardian Consent Agreement and Contract • Two Letter of Reference forms • Documentation of Numeric Grade form

  12. How? • Health Screening involves: • Completing Health Review Questionnaire • Meeting with your own doctor • Obtain immunization records or having blood-work done to verify immunization • Receive a PPD tuberculosis skin test (test is “planted” in arm one day and needs to be viewed by doctor or certified nurse two days later) • Appointment at NWCH Team Member Health Services • Receive 2nd PPD and urine drug screen • Clearance issued within one (1) week

  13. How? • Placements/assignments are determined based on: • Application information • Grade level and age requirements • One-on-one interviews with the student • Openings available within departments

  14. Questions ??? Please contact the Newark-Wayne / DeMay Volunteer Office with any questions: • 315-332-2273 • marie.burnham@rochestergeneral.org.. Thank you for your interest!