SRHC Student Volunteer Program taking applications
Posted Feb 25, 2020 6:00 PM
Salina Regional Health Center is now taking applications for its Student Volunteer Program.
Area high school and college students interested in volunteering at the hospital for the summer may now apply online at www.srhc.com. Look under the About tab for Volunteers.
Approximately 35-40 students will be selected to serve in a variety of areas throughout the hospital and its affiliates in clinical and non –clinical areas. The link will be active until all positions are filled.
After completing an online application, eligible students will need to schedule an interview. Interviews will be held on April 8, 15, and 22 at SRHC.
All students need two sealed references (further instructions on website).
Mandatory orientation sessions will be held May 26 and June 1.
Three groups of alumni from Salina High School Central have joined forces to create the Salina Central Millennium Scholarship Fund.
The classes of 1998, 1999, and 2000 created this scholarship to honor the memories of their classmates who have died.
The idea to create a scholarship came from Adam Burnham Hulstine as part of the preparations for the 20th reunion of the class of 1999. When Hulstine died just before the reunion, his classmates organized to bring his idea to life.
Each of the individuals who are remembered through this scholarship is cherished as a friend who made the world better by his/her presence. The honored individuals are missed dearly by their families and classmates.
Application due date: March 1 annually
The completed application, including two reference letters and an official transcript should be submitted to your school counselor by the deadline. A selection committee of faculty from Salina Central will review the applications and make the final recommendation. The selection committee will notify the Salina Education Foundation of the name of the chosen recipient no later than April 15.
The Salina Central Millennium Scholarship Fund is awarded to a graduate of Salina High School Central who plans to attend higher education, either full or part-time, at an institution such as a university, college, or trade school. The recipient must have a minimum 2.0 GPA. The recipient should embody the traits that made the individuals honored through this scholarship so important in the lives of others.
Part 1: Applicant Information
Part 2: Application
In a short essay, please answer the following questions:
1. What are your plans after graduating from high school and how will this scholarship help make these plans possible?
2. How have you brought joy into the lives of others and given back to those around you?
3. What challenges have you had to overcome to graduate from high school? What have you learned from your experience and how can these lessons help you succeed in the future?