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Items Tagged ‘Volunteers’

April 18, 2012

Mayo Clinic Young Volunteers

By MakalaArce MakalaArce

We like being part of the Mayo Clinic Young Volunteers Program because Mayo Clinic is a world-class health care institution and being part of something that has such a large impact on medicine and research is really cool! We started this video project last year hoping to showcase our program and show how volunteers make […]

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February 23, 2009

Mayo Clinic Volunteer: ‘You Never Have to Retire When You Have the 88 Keys’

By Lynn Closway lynn closway

She’s a genius when commanding the grand piano, but 88-year-old Mayo Clinic volunteer, Anne Monte, of Scottsdale, Ariz., confesses her nagging fear: “People think it’s a player piano. I’m so short, they can’t see me back there!” Her fears are unfounded –if you ask any of the Mayo patients and visitors who stop in their […]

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February 16, 2009

Looking through the Eyes of the Volunteers…

By Barbara Kermisch barbara kermisch

What’s a 62 year old lady doing writing a blog? Aren’t blogs something that teens and 20-somethings use like a public diary or a personal news outlet? How about if I tell you this why blog entry is showing up on the Sharing Mayo Clinic blog? Those of us who volunteer at Mayo Clinic have been asked to help write […]

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