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If your purpose for volunteering is education-related, we consider you to be a student volunteer. Whether you are completing requirements for entrance into an education program, completing service required within an educational program, or any of a myriad of education related purposes, please follow the student volunteer process.
Volunteering provides students with hands-on experience that can prove invaluable as a learning opportunity. Student volunteers provide assistance as a part of the healthcare team, make contacts, gain references, make new friends, and develop a great sense of purpose and appreciation of your own life through service to others. Students are able to gain observation while providing hands on assistance useful to their resumes. References are also provided upon request.
What guidelines are in place for college student volunteers?
College student volunteers must complete all requirements deemed necessary by the Volunteer Department and be accepted into the program. Our Junior Volunteers program is available for 14-18 year old students who are in high school.
If you are required by your program of study to do an internship, please contact Mountain States Organizational Development for more information and further instructions.
How much time do volunteers donate?
Students are required to commit to and complete a minimum of 30 hours over the course of a semester or within a six-month time period in order to receive verification of their service hours upon request.
How do I apply?
Complete the College Student Volunteer Application (below) for your chosen location. Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an e-mail with further instructions. If you do not provide an e-mail address, we will contact you within 1 to 2 weeks.
- Franklin Woods Community Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
- Indian Path Medical Center College Student Volunteer Application
- Johnson City Medical Center College Student Volunteer Application
- Johnston Memorial Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
- Niswonger Children's Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
- Norton Community Hospital & Dickenson Community Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
- Russell County Medical Center College Student Volunteer Application
- Smyth County Community Hospital & Francis Marion Manor College Student Volunteer Application
- Sycamore Shoals Hospital & Johnson County Community Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
- Unicoi County Memorial Hospital & Unicoi County Nursing Home College Student Volunteer Application
- Woodridge Psychiatric Hospital College Student Volunteer Application
Who can I contact for more information?
- Franklin Woods Community Hospital/Woodridge Hospital: Whitney Larkin, (423) 431-4776; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Indian Path Medical Center: Amy Stewart, (423) 857-7570; email@example.com
- Johnson City Medical Center/Niswonger Children’s Hospital: Andy Holt, (423) 431-6059; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Johnson County Community Hospital: Sharon Sheppard, (423) 542-1338; email@example.com
- Sycamore Shoals Hospital: Sherry Toney, (423) 542-1281; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Unicoi County Memorial Hospital: Susan Broyles, (423) 743-1260; email@example.com
- Dickenson Community Hospital: Misty Myers, (276) 439-1015; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Johnston Memorial Hospital: Sheila Boyd, (276) 258-1021; email@example.com
- Norton Community Hospital: Misty Myers, (276) 439-1015; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Russell County Medical Center: Susan Hilton, (276) 883-8190; email@example.com
- Smyth County Community Hospital: Lyndsey Hayden, (276) 378-1206; firstname.lastname@example.org