Salina Regional Health Center

Summer 2024 Student Volunteer Information

Duties are NOT clinical in nature, but still give the student a good introduction to the world of health care.

In the simplest terms, the steps to become an SRHC Student Volunteer are:

  • Apply
  • Interview
  • Attend Orientation if selected to serve
  • Serve

Basic Requirements

  • At time of application, student must be currently in High school or college student with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • A minimum of 35 hours of service to give during the summer
  • Willingness to serve in the unit to which we assign you. We can't promise any particular assignment as we have a limited number of service spots to offer.
  • Attendance at an Orientation Session (see below) to cover the basics of serving at SRHC
  • Return of all required forms

Application and Interview

  • Complete and submit the application form found here.
  • Secure two written references using the form found here and following guidelines given here.
  • Schedule your interview. Upon receiving your online application, we will contact you to set up your interview. Be sure to check your email!
  • Attend interview as scheduled. Prepare by using guidelines found here.

Orientation and Service

If you are a successful applicant, we will email you:
  • An immunization form to complete
  • Parental/guardian forms to be co-signed (HIPAA, Release Form)
  • Orientation Agenda
You must then attend orientation on Monday, May 22 9:30am-1pm OR Tuesday, May 30 1pm-3:30pm at which you will:
  • Receive basic educational information about the hospital and its functions
  • Return your immunization forms and co-signed parental forms
  • Pay for your student volunteer shirt ($15)
  • Receive TB Skin test (no cost) to be read by SRHC Employee Health nurse within 48-72 hours
  • Learn your summer assignment and your sponsor contact information
Upon completion of all of the above, you will begin unit/department scheduling and training.

You will work with your assigned sponsor to determine when you will serve. Different service areas have different needs.


For additional questions not covered in FAQ, please email Marsha Haskett at