Queen’s Summer Program Gives High School, College Students Chance to Jumpstart Healthcare Careers

May 21, 2022, 3:00 PM HST
* Updated May 21, 3:18 PM
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Queen’s North Hawai’i Community Hospital has announced a new summer volunteer program designed for high school and college students who are looking for a meaningful way to spend the summer or who may interested in a career in healthcare.

The summer volunteer program is open to high school students 16 years and up as well as college
students. Students volunteer for five weeks during the summer (July 5 through Aug. 5), three shifts per
week, (4-7 hours per shift). All training is provided.

Available assignments include lobby screening, patient escorting, comfort rounding, as well as work in the hospital’s outpatient clinics, supply department, nutritional services, and even gardening.

“This is a great opportunity to learn more about the exciting field of health care while contributing to our local community,” said Julia Ramos, fund development and volunteer program manager. “It has never been a more exciting time to work in a hospital and this gives our young people a great introduction into this rewarding field.”

Interested students can apply online at

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