| Mon General's Volunteer Program
Mon General has over 160 volunteers who contribute more than 28,000 hours to the health system each year. We are fortunate to have such a large and diverse group of volunteers, who give their time and talents to our hospital. Our volunteers are an vital part of our staff, volunteering independently and alongside our staff. Their value and use is evident as you will find a Mon General Volunteer around almost every corner you turn.
In addition to contributing their time, many volunteers are members of the Auxiliary of Mon General. Auxiliary members hold various events to raise money for the hospital. Those funds along with proceeds from the hospital’s Gift Shop are donated back to the hospital. Funds are used to purchase new medical equipment, support various projects that directly affect patient care and constructing and renovating new areas. The Auxiliary has donated a great deal of money over the years, most recently donated $1 million dollars to the Foundation of Mon General for construction on the New South Tower.
Becoming an Adult Volunteer
To become a volunteer, please complete an online application. Once the application is received and reviewed, you will be contacted to discuss your application and the possibly set up an interview. During the interview, we will discuss your interest in volunteering and what position and schedule would be best for you. All new volunteers must complete the pre-volunteer requirements including a TB test (completed on site by our Employee Health Nurse), criminal records check and completion of our volunteer orientation program, which will be set up by the Director of Volunteer Services. Our volunteers take pride in their work and appearance, and are committed to be valuable members of the Mon General healthcare team.
College Student Program
We realize that many college students are pursuing degrees in the healthcare field and we want to be able to provide them with the opportunity to experience a hospital setting. We do offer volunteer placements for college students, where they can volunteer a minimum of one 3-4 hour shift per week and commit to volunteering a minimum of 100 hours. Students must be 18 years of age and graduated from high school to participate. You may complete a college volunteer application on line. After submission of your application, students will receive an email with further information about the program and opportunities available. An interview will be set up to discuss what volunteer position and schedule would be the best match. All new volunteers must complete the pre-volunteer requirements including a TB test (completed on site by our Employee Health Nurse), criminal records check and completion of our volunteer orientation program, which will be set up by the Director of Volunteer Services.
Junior Volunteer Program
Mon General offers a Junior Volunteer Program for high school teens ages 14 through 18 in the Fall, Spring and Summer. Our program has proven to be an excellent opportunity for students- teaching them responsibility and maturity, along with the opportunity to earn community service hours. The Junior Volunteers contribute many volunteer hours by helping in the Gift Shop, Material Distribution Center, Medical Records, Mon Kids Child Development Center, Patient Chart Assembly, Reception Desk and Sterile Processing. The program provides students with the experience of working in a hospital, as well as obtaining a good reference for their first jobs.
You may apply by completing a Junior Volunteer Application on line. Upon submission of a n application, you will receive an email indicating what date and time your orientation will be held. We have a large program, so depending on the number of applicants, we must limit the number of students accepted into the program. Students must commit to volunteering a minimum of 50 hours, one time weekly for a minimum of 3-4 hours a shift. During our summer volunteer program you cannot be absent greater than 2 weeks. Students will be contacted to discuss their application and possibly set up an interview. During the interview, we will discuss the position and schedule which would be the best match. All new volunteers must complete the pre-volunteer requirements including a TB test (given on site by our Employee Health Nurse), coy of vaccination record, and completion of the volunteer orientation program, which will be set up by the Director of Volunteer Services.
For More Information
If you would like to become a part of this vibrant and vital organization, please call the Department of Volunteer Services at (304) 598-1324 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to make a charitable contribution, visit the Auxiliary of Mon General page on our web site.