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There are many ways to volunteer and assist the consortium in its ongoing mission. You could become a consortium volunteer and join forces with other executives, nurses, business owners, and committed individuals from the community in creating awareness about the nursing shortage.

Or you may wish to donate “in kind” services (in the areas of marketing or fundraising, for example), become a student mentor, or take part in our successful Speaker’s Bureau program that visits area schools. The choice is yours.

Below are the various volunteer programs we offer. Should you require additional information, contact us.

Speaker’s Bureau
Spread the word about how rewarding nursing can be to students in your community. Join our dynamic Speaker’s Bureau for a chance to inspire students into considering nursing as a career. Provide students with information on nursing career paths and what skills they’ll need to prepare for this worthwhile profession.

Become a School Volunteer
Take the time to become a volunteer and introduce nursing to students by helping young people increase their awareness of nursing as a future career option. “Introducing Students to Nursing” was founded by the Nursing Shortage Consortium Committee of South Florida in April 2000. 

Mentor Magic
Become a mentor and create some magic. If you are a caring person, a good listener, and interested in making a difference in a young person’s life, become a mentor today.

Other Volunteer Opportunities
There are numerous other ways you can volunteer. Below is a list of ongoing opportunities:

  • Sponsor a Future Nurses Club
  • Provide schools with books about nursing
  • Offer internship and community service opportunities to high school students
  • Set up activities for Future Nurses Clubs (newsletters, seminars, and field trips)
  • Help the consortium by volunteering your time in the office

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