Volunteers who drive vehicles on official state business, must do so in accordance with university policies and procedures. Make a copy for your volunteers and make sure they show up for their assignment before the event begins. Such insurance shall be primary coverage for the volunteer. Currently available Monday to Friday 7am- 3pm The Family Medicine Center Volunteer Greeter Program The aim of the Family Medicine Center Volunteer Greeter Program is to provide a supportive, caring environment in the Family Medicine Center. Volunteers will provide a comforting presence to patients. They are responsible for transporting specimens and patients, meal assistance, companionship and clerical functions. Volunteers must be empathetic and have strong interpersonal and communication ability.
Access to these services must be terminated at the time of completion of volunteer service. Volunteer responsibilities vary from assignment to assignment. Volunteers provide a wide range of clerical support for departments throughout the Hospital. Responsibilities may include checking students at the door for wristbands, assisting with proctoring a test, watching at the door to be sure no one enters, setting up materials, cleaning up, running an errand during the event, etc. Some events require more volunteers than others. Are you customer service friendly? The list below shows the diversity of available volunteer opportunities.
Strong communication and customer service skills are required. Under no circumstances should volunteers be given master keys. Make a copy for your volunteers and make sure they show up for their assignment before the event begins. All volunteers must be supervised by campus staff or faculty as appropriate to the services performed. The highest standards of honesty, courtesy, and appropriate behavior is expected.
If the volunteer is a minor, the parent or guardian must sign the Volunteer Release Form For Minors. Available daily with flexible hours Clerical Volunteers provide a wide range of clerical support for departments throughout the medical center. This program allows flexibility in scheduling. Thank you for your support and service! Background checks are required for all volunteers who perform work that involves direct contact with minor children. This is defined as any duty or responsibility that is closely related to the duties performed by or responsibilities assigned to the compensated employee. Keys If it is necessary to provide volunteers with university keys, the authorized official must complete a Key Issue Card.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age, compassionate, empathetic and have strong interpersonal and communication ability. The form can be downloaded and printed from the Los Angeles Regional Science Olympiad website. Bilingual in English and Bengali, French Creole, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish is a plus. Volunteers must be mature, compassionate, empathetic, and have strong interpersonal and communications ability. Volunteers may also choose to discontinue providing their services at any time. Available daily with flexible hours Pediatric Storybook Volunteers provide story book reading or story -telling to pediatric inpatients.
To provide patients with compassionate and attentive care; thus providing a comforting presence. Work as a team to help improve care to our patients by visiting them on the nursing unit then follow up with the patients once they discharged. Must be at least 19 years of age and possess strong communication and customer service skills. Available Monday to Saturday 9am- 4pm Emergency Department Aide Volunteers assist patients and staff in the Emergency Department. Event support volunteers do not need to check in at the registration table. Volunteer Assignments Each participating team must supply Event Support Volunteers in order to assist with the logistics and operation of the Science Olympiad. Currently available Monday to Friday 8am- 2pm Seniors Coaching Seniors Volunteer Program We are seeking caring and compassionate seniors who are interested in helping to make patients hospital stay more comfortable.
In turn, these volunteers gain valuable experience and a sense of personal satisfaction from performing these services. The purpose of the program is to lessen the anxiety and frustration patients and families sometimes encounter with language barriers. Keys or equipment provided to volunteers during their service must be returned at the end of their service. The cost for the card must be paid by either the volunteer or the department. Volunteers provide non-medical information to family and friends of surgical patients.
Please make a name badge for each volunteer that includes their name and the school they represent. Currently available with flexible hours. The use of volunteers is at the discretion of the department for which the volunteer is providing services. Duties include working on special projects, answering phones, data entry and typing. These are the volunteer assignments for all schools in all divisions. Library books must also be returned. .
More than one school may be assigned to the same event. Volunteer Identification Forms and related documents may be destroyed three years following the end of volunteer service. You should plan to have at least one adult volunteer at the event at all times during the assignment. Duties include filing, faxing, answering phones, data entry and typing. Bilingual Bengali, Creole, English, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish a plus +.
Assignments are available depending on department or program specific needs at any given time. The Emergency Services Department Caring Links Volunteer Program The Emergency Services Department Caring Links Volunteer Program is to provide a supportive, caring environment in the Emergency Services Department. Then this may be the program for you. However, please have each of the event support volunteers sign the Code of Conduct form and turn those forms in with your registration materials when you check in the day of the Science Olympiad tournament. Available daily with flexible hours Unit Aide Volunteers provide assistance on patient units. Please report to the Event Supervisor at the event location fifteen minutes before the event begins. Here are the Volunteer Assignments: These are the volunteer assignments for all schools in all divisions.