STUDENT VOLUNTEER REFERENCE FORM

(MUST be completed by a Faculty Member.)

Benefits to volunteering include:

  • the opportunity to develop interests in a healthcare field or learn
  • learning in a hands-on environment about an already chosen area of study.
  • a great method to accomplish community service obligations

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Student Volunteer Manager Joe Whitehead at

431-6059 or whiteheadjo@msha.com.

Faculty Reference Information
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Are you the student's:



Is this community service requirement:



Do you believe this person can fully function in a highly structured environment that is operated within a set of strictly-enforced, well-defined procedures and policies?


 

Why do you think this student would make a good volunteer?

 
Please rate the following characterstices using a 1 to 5 rating with 5 being the highest

Positive Attitude:





 

Honest/Trustworthy:





 

Dependable:





 

Compassionate:





 

Thank you for supporting MSHA’s Student Volunteer Programs!


Dear Faculty Member:

 

MSHA also has Internship programs.  These are administered through MSHA’s Organizational Development department.  Please contact Jessica Denney, System Educator, at 431-1686 about these two additional learning opportunities. Here is some basic information about these programs:

 

 

 Internship

  • gain experience in any area of healthcare which they have chosen as a career path.
  • students participate in hands-on learning experiences focused on the duties of the employee/career. This is accomplished while paired with an individual preceptor or under the supervision of their instructor.
  • Provide students who with a set amount of hours in one particular area required by their program of study.
  • school instructors must submit the internship requirements to the System  Educator for placement with a preceptor/mentor.

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