We take extreme pleasure in announcing the newly available PHS leadership positions for the 2021-2022 academic year. Our student-led organization is welcoming students of all majors, education levels, and professional interests who are eager to make a difference within the field of healthcare. Through our non-profit organization, students can participate remotely from the comfort of your own home. Pre-Health Shadowing is committed to providing immersive opportunities for leadership development. As a student-led organization, members of our team take on various roles that encompass project management, volunteer coordination, and collaboration amongst fellow like-minded peers.
Pre-Health Shadowing is currently searching for:
- Finance Department Head
- Professional Department Head
- Chief of Programming
- Chief of Student Outreach
- Chief of Student Success
- Chief of Video Productions
- Chief of Financial Opportunities
- Chief of Data Analytics
- Chief Media Content Creator
Students are given the flexibility to create their own schedules. Members are expected to commit a minimum of 5-8 hours on a weekly basis. This volunteer leadership position is a wonderful way to gain crucial experiences in leadership and management from home. Pre-Health Shadowing is committed to the professional development of all team members and provides opportunities to grow and expand through projects, workshops, mentors, and general member tasks.
Applicants are not required to be pre-health students. We encourage students of all interests and backgrounds to apply. Students can apply on the website at www.prehealthshadowing.com/join-our-team. If you have any questions about open positions or the organization, please direct them to Nicole Derei at email@example.com.
Student Relations Department Head | Pre-Health Shadowing
Pre-Medical Biology Student | Lehigh University
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