Southeast Georgia Health System Voluntary Services presents scholarships for teen volunteers


Health System Voluntary Services of Southeast Georgia recently awarded $1,000 scholarships to three high school graduates who have served as health system volunteers and plan to pursue degrees in the field of health care.

The recipients of the Brunswick Campus Volunteer Services Scholarships are Jocelyne Galdemez and Kailah Partridge. The recipient of the Camden Campus Volunteer Services scholarship is Tia Sullivan.

A graduate of Frederica Academy, Jocelyne Galdemez plans to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the College of Coastal Georgia with the goal of becoming a traveling nurse.

Kailah Partridge, a graduate of Glynn Academy, will attend the University of Georgia. She plans to major in pre-pharmaceutical sciences and later go to medical school to become a fertility doctor.

Camden County High School graduate Tia Sullivan aspires to become an orthopedic assistant and will attend Kennesaw State University.

The Teen Volunteer program is designed for students ages 16-18 who enjoy helping others and want to learn more about healthcare and volunteering. High school seniors who work a minimum of 20 hours in the Teen Volunteer program and plan to pursue a career in health care are encouraged to apply for the volunteer service scholarships offered at the Brunswick and Camden campuses.

To learn more about the Teen Volunteer program, call 912-466-3157 or visit


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