Throughout our College's history, we have endeavored to develop caring and compassionate healthcare professionals. Today's 21st century healthcare provider must be prepared to understand the attitudes, beliefs, and health behaviors of diverse populations, and appropriately respond with culturally competent patient-centered care.
Your journey toward cultural competence begins during your first semester through volunteer and classroom activities designed to help you develop an awareness and knowledge of other cultures. During successive semesters, your volunteer activities combined with classroom instruction will help you build your cultural knowledge and skills, preparing you to practice your cultural competence skills during an immersed service learning experience.
Volunteer requirements may vary depending on your program and the degree you are seeking. Please consult the newest edition of the Volunteer Handbook and the Approved Volunteer Community Service Agencies List for the requirements you will be expected to meet.
Throughout the year, information on specific volunteer projects will be made available via email and The Student Pulse. Many of these projects are sponsored by Cabarrus College clubs and student organizations.
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