Frequently Asked Questions
To log your volunteer hours, go to prehealthshadowing.com and sign in to your account. Then, go to “Volunteering” → “Log-In Hours for Volunteers” and fill out your information. Please Note: Volunteers cannot earn volunteer hours by going to live sessions. The “Live Session” checkbox is for Team Members only, as they help to run the sessions. We will not certify volunteer hours for attending live sessions or watching previously recorded sessions.
No, you cannot earn volunteer hours by attending live sessions or watching previously recorded live sessions. However, you will still earn shadowing hours for doing so (provided you pass the end-of-session quiz).
Both Volunteers and Team Members volunteer their time to support Pre-Health Shadowing. However, a volunteer has more flexibility in terms of their commitments with Pre-Health Shadowing tasks. You are able to set up your own schedule and contribute as your schedule allows. A team member works directly with the board and Chiefs of Pre-Health Shadowing in meeting strict deadlines for weekly tasks and program projects.
We do require that all volunteers log at least one hour per month in order to remain part of Pre-Health Shadowing’s volunteer team. However, certain projects may require a greater time commitment. Log in to your account at prehealthshadowing.com and go to our Volunteer Hub to see the time required to participate in each of our projects.
You will volunteer alongside other like-minded students who are interested in entering the healthcare field.
No! We welcome students in any field who would like to contribute to our program.
To access the volunteer training, log in to your account at prehealthshadowing.com. Then, go to the training module and enter the password. (This password is NOT the same as your account password). Make sure to press “complete” at the end of every section, and “finish course” once you have completed the entire training.
There are many projects that you can become involved with as a volunteer. To see the different projects and time commitments associated with each one, please visit our Volunteer Hub (make sure you are logged in to your account first).
Volunteering and joining different departments and participating in volunteer meetings with chiefs are great ways to get to know them and gain possible letters of recommendation