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Twin Cities Community Hospital Junior Volunteers Awarded $17,000 in Scholarships

Jul 16, 2018

Twin Cities Community Hospital Junior VolunteersTwin Cities Community Hospital is proud to offer volunteer opportunities to local high school students who are looking to gain real life experience in a hospital setting, and for those who want to make a difference in people’s lives.

At a recent ceremony, eight junior volunteers at Twin Cities received scholarships that totaled $17,000, which will go towards their college education:

  • Alyssa Scott
  • Anthony Garcia
  • Dyvat Ranat
  • Ethan Todd
  • Kayla Terry
  • Mattie Lindsey
  • Melanie Harris
  • Sarah Farrar

Funds for the junior volunteer scholarship program at Twin Cities come from profits earned in the volunteer-run hospital gift shop and other fundraisers. The junior volunteer program requires students maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and volunteer a minimum of 120 hours at the hospital.

Volunteers at Twin Cities Community Hospital are a vital part of the hospital, providing a great resource for patients, families, visitors and employees.

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