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VolunteerTalk: Student Volunteer Program

On October 21, 2016, the CAHHS Volunteer Services Office received the following inquiry from Char Fischer, Volunteer at Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding, California:

We are building Shasta Regional Medical Center’s student volunteer program and are requesting examples of student volunteer position descriptions, manuals, and policies/procedures.  

Any information you can share would be beneficial.  

Thank you!

To respond use the comment section below.

Char Fischer
Volunteer
char.fischer65@gmail.com

Comments

Student Volunteers

We use the same position descriptions as adult volunteers. When we had separate descriptions, it was confusing for staff to consistently work within the different scope. That said, we don't assign students in every position.

Junior Volunteers

Good morning, Char. Please let me know if you have received the materials on our program. Thanks, Kay kay.andalis@sharp.com

Juniors

Hi Char, Our volunteer coordinator Amy Alvarez can be reached at amy.alvarez@enloe.org She would be happy to share our information with you. Roseanna

Student volunteer position descriptions

We also use the same position descriptions for adults and students, but have limited placements for high school students. When we had different descriptions, it was confusing for staff so we had issues with everyone consistently working within the scope. It has helped build staff support to simplify the process.

Student volunteer position descriptions

We also use the same position descriptions for adults and students, but have limited placements for high school students. When we had different descriptions, it was confusing for staff so we had issues with everyone consistently working within the scope. It has helped build staff support to simplify the process.

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