Snapshot: World Pediatric Project shares internship, volunteer opportunities

Dec. 14, 2015

Snapshot: World Pediatric Project shares internship, volunteer opportunities

World Pediatric Project recruiter Anne Koncki visited the Webster Groves campus on Dec. 8, to inform Webster students about internships and volunteer opportunities. She discussed ways our students can make a global impact on health and wellness.
 
World Pediatric Project’s mission is to heal critically ill children and build healthcare capacity in the world. There are a number of ways to get involved with World Pediatric Project including providing social support to a family whose child is in St. Louis for medical treatment and using foreign language skills to communicate with families.  
 
“World Pediatric Project is another partnership that embodies the mission of Webster University," said Trezette Dixon, assistant director, Employer Relations. "Organizations like this give our students the opportunity to make a difference in our communities and the world."     
 
Many students visited the information table to learn about internship and volunteer opportunities. 

To find out more about opportunities for all majors, contact volunteer coordinator Anne Koncki at akoncki@worldpediatricproject.org, and log in to GorlokJobs for a full list of available positions.

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