Job ShadowingBoone County Health Center Job Shadowing Program
Job Shadowing is an opportunity for a student to learn first-hand about career and job skills by actually taking part in a real-life workplace experience.
Program GoalsThe goals of the job shadowing program at BCHC are to assist students to accomplish the following:
Observe the daily routines of health care workers
Begin to identify career interests in health care
Gain awareness of the academic, technical and service standards required in health care professions
Who is eligible to participate?High school students age 16 and above (parent or guardian signature required for all applicants 18 years of age or under)
Individuals exploring a second career
Departments Available to ShadowLaboratory
Health Information Management
―Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy
No high school students are allowed to follow Surgery, Mental Health, Physicians or Physician Assistants
There are many good websites that have information on healthcare occupations including:
Job Shadowing Dress CodeParticipants will be required to wear a job shadow ID badge displayed in clear site at all times. Clothing should be neat, tidy and clean. Healthcare is a professional environment and you will need to dress appropriately.
NO tank, strapless or spaghetti strap tops
NO clothes that drag on the floor
NO baggy clothes
NO exposed undergarments
NO flip flops
NO bare midriffs
All body piercings and tattoos must be covered
Rules of Conduct for Job Shadowing StudentsStudents will be expected to behave in a courteous and respectful manner. If at any time during the shadowing experience their actions become inappropriate, they may be asked to leave.
Cell phone usage will be prohibited during shadow experience.
Program RequirementsJob Shadow Application
Privacy, Information & Security, and Safety Information
Student Shadow Agreement
Job Shadowing Participation Quiz