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02.26.2020

JACKSON-MADISON COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL’S JUNIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

Jackson, Tennessee (February 10, 2020) —Jackson-Madison County General Hospital is accepting
applications for its summer Junior Volunteer Program. Junior Volunteers have the opportunity to gain
valuable experience while working in a hospital atmosphere.

Junior Volunteer areas of service include, but are not limited to, nursing areas, gift shops, waiting areas,
and deliveries. The program is approximately eight weeks. Volunteers are assigned hours according to
the needs of the hospital, but they can expect to work approximately 28 hours during the program.
Applicants must be at least 14 years of age, and no more than 18 years of age by June 1, 2020, and have
completed the 8th grade. Applications can be found at www.wth.org by clicking “Volunteering,” and
“Junior Volunteer.” Requirements are outlined on the website, and applicants will be interviewed
before being selected.

Completed application packets should be mailed to:
Jackson-Madison County General Hospital
Volunteer Services Office
620 Skyline Drive
Jackson, TN 38301

The deadline to submit completed application packets is March 15th. Completed packets must be
received in the Volunteer Services Department or postmarked by 4:30 p.m. on March 15 th . There are no
exceptions to the deadline and incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
For additional program requirements or more information regarding the Junior Volunteer Program,
please contact Volunteer Services Office at (731) 541-6153. Fax: (731) 541-5168.
About West Tennessee Healthcare:
West Tennessee Healthcare is a public, not-for-profit healthcare system with locations serving 19
counties in West Tennessee and Southeast Missouri. The mission of West Tennessee Healthcare is
to improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve while providing exceptional and
compassionate care. For more information, visit www.wth.org.