GILLETTE, W.Y. — Campbell County Health's (CCMH)
Junior Volunteer Program, begins June 12, 2013. Interested youth ages 12-17 years should contact
Lacey Henningsen, Volunteer Coordinator at 688-1536 by Monday, June 3
to complete an application and schedule an interview. Applications are
also available online at
Orientation and training takes place June 11. All interested junior volunteers
must complete an application and schedule an interview.
One purpose of the Junior Volunteer program is to allow young adults the
opportunity to practice business skills in a non-threatening environment,
such as participating in an interview.
The program has a limited number of slots available. Junior volunteers
perform duties such as delivering meals, beverages and books, greeting
patients and families, assisting nursing and support staff, working with
children and Pioneer Manor residents and other healthcare related services.
"Of course CCMH provides experiences and exposure to healthcare professions,
but we also provide opportunities in business, childcare, management,
marketing, and other facets of a typical business" said Volunteer
Coordinator Lacey Henningsen.
Interested youth must be the minimum age of 12 by July 1, 2013, be able
to volunteer at least three hours each week - excluding vacations, and
have transportation to and from the hospital. Volunteer shirts/uniforms
will be provided.
The Junior Volunteer program concludes August 2 and an appreciation reception
is scheduled for August 6. For more information call Volunteer Services
office at 688.1536.
Manager Community Relations