ACMC is pleased to welcome back our volunteers! At ACMC volunteers are an important part of our caregiving team. Volunteers support our patients, visitors and caregivers in many ways, providing the personal touches that patients and their families need.
The ACMC Volunteer Program is coordinated by the ACMC Foundation. Volunteers, 18 years of age and over, serve in number of capacities, including: the ACMC Foundation Gift Shop, registration, surgical and endoscopy waiting rooms, pastoral care and at ACMC Foundation events. We work to match your goals and interests with opportunities available.
All volunteers must be able to commit to a minimum of two 4-hour shifts per month for at least 6 months during the year, and complete the onboarding process. The onboarding process for ACMC Volunteers includes: application, background check, and health screening. All volunteers are required to be fully-vaccinated, including COVID-19 vaccinations. Volunteers will participate in orientation and training before beginning their assignment.
For more information, or to become an ACMC Volunteer (click here) or, contact Volunteer Coordinator Amy Price at (440) 997-6604 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For local high school students interested in healthcare careers, the ACMC Foundation and ACMC Human Resources Dept. offer hands-on educational experience through ACMC Academy, an 8-week summer internship program. Ashtabula County high school sophomores and juniors who meet academic and school attendance requirements are eligible to apply. Applications will be available with school guidance counselors and will also be posted on ACMC's website during the application period in March. For more information, contact ACMC Foundation Executive Director Tami Netkowicz, 440.997.6605. Visit the ACMC Foundation pages for more information.