Student Volunteers

Salina Regional Health Center
Summer 2017 Student Volunteer Information

In the simplest terms, becoming an SRHC Student Volunteer involves: Applying, Interviewing, Attending Orientation, Serving – see complete details below

Note: Selection considerations include interest in healthcare career, age/maturity, GPA, and strength of application, references, and personal interview.


  • Interest expressed by student rather than by parents or guardians. We will communicate directly with the student.
  • High school or college student at time of application.
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • A minimum of 35 hours of service to give during the summer
  • Willingness to serve in the unit to which we assign you. We can’t promise any particular assignment as we have a limited number of service spots to offer. Service duties range in scope--be open to all possibilities! There are more ancillary than clinic area assignments.
  • Attendance at orientation to cover the basics of serving at SRHC
  • Return of all required forms


  • Complete and submit the application form found here.
  • Secure two written references using the form found here and following guidelines given here.
  • Schedule your interview weekdays through early May. We will contact you to set up your interview upon receiving your completed application.
  • Attend interview as scheduled and “Wow!” us. Prepare by using guidelines found here.


If you are a successful applicant, we will notify you by mail. In that mailing you will receive:

  • A Student Handbook to read
  • An immunization record to complete
  • Parental/guardian forms to be co-sign

You must then attend orientation on Tuesday, May 30, 9am-Noon OR Monday, June 5, 1pm-4pm at which you will:
  • Return your immunization forms and co-signed parental forms.
  • Pay for your student volunteer shirt ($15)
  • Receive TB Skin test (no cost) to be read by SRHC Employee Health nurse within 48-72 hours
  • Receive your summer assignment and sponsor contact information.

Upon completion of all of the above, you will begin unit/department scheduling and training.

Additional Questions?
Review the FAQs sheet (click here). If you have further questions, contact:
Gayle Rose 452-7541 or Marsha Haskett 452-6159