The application and screening process typically takes three to four weeks. Students who wish to begin volunteering in early June should apply in April. The minimum age to volunteer is 14.2. What is volunteer training?
Volunteer training is a three step process:
Students under 18 must bring immunization records to their health clearance appointment. Contact Volunteer Services for more information on medical clearance requirements. Adults needing varicella (chicken pox) vaccine, as determined by EOHS, complete this requirement through their own health care provider or community clinic. Fees may apply. Volunteers may purchase their own uniform ($30-40)4. Do I need medical experience or training?
To review job descriptions visit the Opportunity Directory. Volunteers can serve in more than one department.6. Do I have to volunteer a minimum of hours?
A typical volunteer works four hours weekly. Every-other week options are available. Typical shifts are 8:00 a.m. – noon, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. or 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. The minimum service requirement is 100 hours.7. Where can current volunteers access VicNet?
Log on to your VicNet account: Access VicNet.8. How do I contact volunteer services at Fairview Lakes Medical Center?
For additional information call (651) 982-7775.9. When is the application deadline?
We accept applications on a continuous basis. The only exception to this is for students who are seniors in high school. High school seniors must apply and complete the skills lab by October of their senior year. No applications for seniors will be accepted after that point.