Summer Paid Intership Program ~ Part B

IMPORTANT:  The following form must be completed and submitted on or before June 21, 2024.  It is mandatory for all students to be in attendance on July 1, 2024, the first day of the Summer Paid Program at Alain LeRoy Locke Academy campus.

  1. My child will be subject to the rules, regulations and policies of the Medical Assistant Program, including mandatory attendance both online and in-class attendance. All requests for excused absences, excluding Clinic Holidays, and clinic closures due to severe weather, must be supported with documentation and provided along with the clinic make-up request form at the time the make-up request is submitted.
  2. My child may be exposed to discussions, reading and visual material of a mature nature and will be expected to conform to the same performance standards as any other medical professional as set forth in course outlines, syllabi and HIPAA guidelines.
  3. I hereby consent my child to participate in the Summer paid intership program. Which includes but not limited to:
    • Fulfill job duties competently perform the tasks and objectives outlined in your job description. This includes adhering to quality standards and deadlines.
    • Uphold professional conduct cultivating a respectful and professional demeanor towards colleagues, clients, and customers. This encompasses fostering a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.
    • Exhibit reliability and punctuality which demonstrates a commitment to your work schedule by arriving on time for assigned shifts and meetings. Maintain consistent attendance and manage time effectively. (4) Practice honesty and integrity while adhering to ethical principles in all work-related activities. Avoid conflicts of interest and be transparent in your dealings.

Summer Internship Paid Program Code of Conduct

MA Student interns are expected to adhere to the Health Care Integrated Services Professional Code of Conduct and the Green Dot Public Schools General Code of Conduct as outlined in the Green Dot Student Policy Manual. Given the academic rigor and professional nature of the apprenticeship program, participants are held to high standards of professional conduct both in the classroom and during their apprenticeship.

The following behavior policies have been established to prepare Medical Assistant Student Interns for respectful and professional interactions with school and clinical staff, students, and patients in educational and medical settings.

Violations of the Code of Conduct Policy, unless exempted as specified in the rules, regulations, and policies of the Medical Assistant Program, will be reported to Green Dot and the administrators of Alain LeRoy Locke Academy. Additional actions may include removal from the HCIS Summer Paid Internship Program.

GENERAL RULES

The rigorous nature of the MA program demands an environment that is free from disruption and fosters mutual respect among students, staff, patients and members of the community. To accomplish this end, clear rules concerning student behavior will be strictly enforced for all students, whether on the School premises or participating in School-sponsored activities:

  1. I am expected to be subject to the rules, regulations and policies of the Medical Assistant Program, including mandatory attendance both online and in-class attendance. All requests for excused absences, excluding Clinic Holidays, and clinic closures due to severe weather, must be supported with documentation and provided along with the clinic make-up request form at the time the make-up request is submitted.
  2. I am expected and required to behave in a respectful manner toward other students, staff, and property.
  3. I am expected to demonstrate respect for fellow students and staff members. HCIS does not tolerate any language or behavior that intimidates, belittles, or causes physical or emotional injury to others.
  4. I am expected to promote respect for all individuals, and as such, certain behaviors are strictly prohibited on school premises. Prohibited behaviors include, but are not limited to, weapons, knives, any behavior that is harmful to myself and others, the use of derogatory statements in reference to race, sexuality, gender expression, ethnicity, culture, religious background, disability, or any other classification protected by law.
  5. I am entitled to a disruption-free, educational environment. No student may disrupt another student’s learning, and classroom disruptions of any kind will not be tolerated.
  6. I am expected to comply with verbal directions of all staff members, both in the classroom and in a medical office setting.
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