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The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

We create an enduring tribute to Canada's medical heroes who through discovery and innovation have contributed to improved health in Canada and around the world. Through the celebration of our laureates and the delivery of education programs, we inspire the pursuit of careers in health sciences fostering future innovators and leaders. Established in 1994 and located in London Ontario, The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame is a national charitable organization that carries out its mission through an exhibit hall that features a laureate portrait gallery, induction ceremonies held annually and educational opportunities for thousands of students across Canada (Discovery Days, Museum School and our Scholarship Program).

Keywords: Museums and Archives , Health and Medicine



The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame
267 Dundas St, Suite 202, London, ON N6A1H2

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame url http://www.cdnmedhall.org/

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Phone Number 519-488-2003

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Email address dash@cdnmedhall.org



Volunteer Information for The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Do you have any age requirements?
We need volunteers of high school age and older.


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
While not a requirement, French and Spanish speaking volunteers are an asset to our organization.


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
Exhibit Hall volunteers are scheduled in 2.5 hour shifts at their convenience during our hours of operation, Monday to Friday 8:30 to 4:30 and Saturday 10:00 to 5:00. Anyone wishing to volunteer at a specific Discovery Day event should contact The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame for exact times that volunteers are needed. Generally these are two hour or full day commitments.


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
Volunteers under 18 years of age wishing to help us in our Exhibit Hall must complete an application and interview process, including submitting a signed parental consent form.


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
Volunteers will be interacting with the public and should therefore feel comfortable in such a setting. No other skills or experience are really needed.


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
Volunteer positions include Exhibit Hall greeter (volunteer must live in London Ontario) and Discovery Day guides (volunteers must live in the city hosting the Discovery Day).


Is there any training provided for volunteers?
Exhibit hall volunteers go through an interview process which reviews the procedures of our exhibit hall. Discovery Day volunteers are asked to attend an orientation meeting, usually the day before the event.


What are the typical volunteer activities occurring at your organization?
Exhibit hall volunteers greet the public coming in to visit the hall, answering questions as needed. These volunteers are also asked to assisted with administrative tasks as needed and able. Discovery Day volunteers assist with event day registrations and directing students around campus.


How will a person benefit from volunteering with The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame?
Volunteers will have the opportunity to enhance their skills in dealing with the public as well gain valuable knowledge about our organization. We also hope that the experience of each volunteer is a fun one!


Do you accept high school students?
Yes, we accept high school students needing to fulfill graduation requirements for community service hours.




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