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VolunTEEN Program

The VolunTEEN program at Rex provides an opportunity to learn, the possibility to share, and the chance to care. Members of the AFTER SCHOOL and SUMMER VolunTEEN programs are given the opportunity to work in a variety of positions that provide an important contribution to the care of our patients and guests at Rex Healthcare. Each VolunTEEN will be provided with a number of tools to help him or her develop successfully as a volunteer.

 

VolunTEEN Program Facts and Requirements

 VolunTEEN Facts

Rex Healthcare's VolunTEEN Program is designed to provide teens ages 14 and older with opportunities to contribute to the community while exploring a career in the medical field. The program also provides teenagers with practical experience and practice in developing good work habits.

VolunTEEN assignments are based on information provided by the teen during the interview process and may include areas such as patient care units, day care, recovery room, office support assignments and more.

VolunTEEN Requirements

After school program - Required to volunteer one day per week, Monday through Friday from 3 – 5 p.m.  The after school program is for the entire academic school year (September- May)

Summer Program - Required to volunteer one day per week, Monday through Friday for a four-hour shift,. The summer program is a ten week program (June-August)

Other requirements include:

  • Not leaving the hospital campus during work shifts without written permission from parents or guardians
  • Wearing a uniform - a green golf shirt embroidered with the Rex logo, khaki pants and Rex ID badge (denim and shorts are not allowed)
  • Turning 14 as of August 1 for after-school program; as of May 1 for 10-week summer program
  • Submit 2 references who are adults and are familiar with your character/work habits.
  •  Complete pre-volunteer drug screen.
  • Complete health assessment to screen for TB (tuberculosis), MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), Pertusis (whooping cough, and Varicella (chicken pox).
  • Attend an all-day Rex staff orientation.

Rex Healthcare's policy on family members working together prohibits teens whose parents work at Rex to be assigned to areas where their parents would have supervisory responsibilities for them or for work performed by the VolunTEEN staff member.

 

VolunTEEN 2014-2015 Programs

2014 Summer Program (June 16 - August 22)

Rex is no longer accepting VolunTEEN applications for the 2014  Summer Program.

2014-2015 After School Program (September 8, 2014 – May 22, 2015)

Applications for the 2014 – 2015 After School Program  will not be accepted until  May 5, 2014.  The deadline for the 2014-2015  After School Program Applications  is June 30, 2014.  Late applications will not be accepted.  In addition to a completed application, each applicant is required to furnish two reference forms completed and mailed to Rex Volunteer Services by adults(21 years or older, who are not a legal guardian or relative)  who have knowledge of the applicant’s work habits and character.

Interviews for the 2014 – 2015 After School Program will be  July 7-10, 14, 15, 2014. 

VolunTEEN slots are limited.  If the teen is scheduled for an interview, a parent or legal guardian is encouraged to accompany the teen to the interview.  The interview lasts approximately 1 hour.

All VolunTEENS selected to participate in the program are required to attend an all-day Rex staff orientation, health screening, and a drug screening.

 

VolunTEEN Application

 VolunTEEN Application

VolunTEEN Reference Forms

 

Interested in Volunteering?

Contact a volunteer coordinator at Rex:
Rex Healthcare
Attn: Volunteer Services
4420 Lake Boone Trail
Raleigh, NC 27607
(919) 784-3165
Volunteer.Services@rexhealth.com