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Community services are important components of SRJC's Health Sciences programs. In addition to classroom, laboratory, and clinical work, Health Sciences students are given the opportunity to work in the community. The Nursing students, for example, are involved with influenza clinics at local senior centers, hospitals, and community clinics. Some are involved with homeless shelters and food bank programs. Allied dental students work in youth programs, community dental clinics, and the local schools, while others are also involved in community events, such as the Human Race and blood drives. Health Sciences students are community involved even though their time is very limited outside of their classes, laboratories, and clinics.
For many children, dental care is the most difficult health care to access! In light of this problem in the community, SRJC second-year Dental Hygiene student volunteers have an ongoing partnership with Santa Rosa Sunrise Rotary Club to meet the challenge of making a difference in the community.