Welcome Day, one specific day in the life of Hartville Migrant Ministry (HMM), a faith-based ministry in Ohio, illustrates the organization’s vision, mission, and community collaboration. Migrant and seasonal farm workers, the Migrant Head Start program, HMM and Welcome Day, interprofessional collaboration, and Malone University School of Nursing faculty and students support are discussed. Programs and activities presented here could be reproduced in other communities.
JCN migrant article Wyss Hess.2017
DINE TO DONATE at QUAKER STEAK & LUBE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16th 5:00pm – 9;00pm
Present the event flyer below to your server or at the carry out window and a portion of your bill will be donated back to the Hartville Migrant Ministry!
QUAKER LUBE & STEAK
6073 Dressler Road
North Canton, OH 44720
Hartville Migrant Ministry is seeking a person who is organized, believes in volunteerism, and is interested in working with the migrant population. We are seeking to fill the position of our part-time Volunteer Coordinator. Those interested must be 18 years of age or older, a High school graduate or have a GED, able to speak Spanish is a plus but not mandatory. If you are interested or have questions email Deb at email@example.com
On Friday May 26, Dr. Teresa Wurst, along with two of her colleagues, were inducted into the Hippocrates Honor Society at Aultman Health Foundation. The Hippocrates Society annually inducts physicians who exemplify the four key values of accountability, altruism, excellence, and humanism. As a family practice physician, teaching facility member for the Aultman Residency Programs and as the Medical Director of the Hartville Migrant Medical Clinic, Dr. Wurst has daily demonstrated the four Hippocratic values. In addition to Dr. Wurst, both Dr. Susan Mercer and Dr. Michael Hopkins were inducted at a banquet held at the Kent State University Stark Campus Conference Center. During the presentation ceremony, Dr. Wurst was especially heralded for her 16 years of dedicated service to the Hartville Migrant Medical Clinic.
Hartville Migrant Ministry
May 9, 2017 11:00 a.m.—10:00 p.m.
1401 Fulton Ave. NW Canton, Ohio
10% of the Day’s Proceeds are donated to Hartville Migrant Ministry
Join us for our annual
Wednesday, May 4th —7:00pm-8:30pm
- Get a tour of the Hartville Migrant Center and discover what we are all about
- Meet the Staff and Board of Directors
- Hear about the 2016 programs for the workers and their families
- Acquire about volunteer opportunities
- See the updates to the Migrant Center and learn about upcoming improvements
Held at the Migrant Center: 3980 Swamp St., Hartville, OH 44632
Refreshments will be served
The Hartville Migrant Center
is seeking 2 people to fill paid summer positions through the
- The position is paid from June 6, 2016 through August 14, 2016.
- These are salaried positions being paid approximately $400 every 2 weeks with an additional educational award of $1,400 in a trust at the completion of the 10 weeks that can be used for paying for college or paying on student loans.
- It is a mandated 37.5 hours per week with no time off for vacation.
- The two areas that the workers will be addressing is first compiling historical information about the center into a computerized base and creating a presentation that can be used for fundraising.
- The second will be to create medical data bases, updating current data bases, and collecting personal information for patient charts including a photo for identification.
Each applicant must apply through this link: AmeriCorps. Once applied, the applicants will be referred to the Hartville Migrant Center personal and interviews will be conducted to find the best person for each position. All staff will be in place by May 6th for a start date of June 6, 2016.
Criteria to apply:
- 18 years of age or older
- High school graduate or has GED
- Able to speak Spanish is a plus but not mandatory
Happy Volunteer Week from the Hartville Migrant Ministry!
We could not exist without all of our volunteers!
The Hartville Migrant Center has a playground!
Thanks to Hartville Mennonite Church for donating the funds and Alex Changet, a local Boy Scout, for building the set.
The children will be so thrilled when they arrive in April and see the new addition to the Migrant Center.