What about NEW TEEN Applicants?
PATH will run June 19 – August 18.
There will be space in the program for 30 new applicants who are interested specifically in the health care field. Additional space will be held for 10 applicants who wish to work with children in the hospital’s daycare center.
New teens must:
Be at least 14 years of age by June 1 and entering the ninth grade
Commit to volunteering at least two, half days or one full day each week
Commit to the set schedule during the full 9 week program
Attend Meet & Greet in addition to orientation (info below)
What do I do first?
Read all information, download and print if you have determined your commitment to the program,and follow the instructions for completing the forms.
When are application packets due?
All students will attend a brief meet-and-greet with volunteer office staff. Bring your packet to the Millis Regional Health Education Center (600 N. Elm St., High Point - building is across from main hospital, Elm St; enter under the blue awning)
Returning Student Meet & Greet:
anytime between 3:30-5:30 p.m. March 14 or 15
New Student Applicant Meet & Greet:
anytime between 3:30-5:30 p.m. March 22, 23, 28, or 29
What forms are needed to apply?
Returning PATH Volunteers need an application only. Click here for 2017 Teen Application Returners
New PATH Volunteers need:
PATH Checklist: Click here for 2017 PATH Application Checklist
Application: Click here for 2017 Teen Application NEW
Reference Check (two): Click here for 2017 Reference Check form
Copy of most recent grades
How will I know if I am accepted into the program?
Notification letters are mailed by April 1
1. You will be given instructions on submitting immunization records by May 1.
2. You will register for an Orientation.