Red-Vested Rockstar: Seth Ramin

Children’s Volunteer Services presents: Red-Vested Rockstar!

Meet Seth!

1.   Why he ROCKS?!

 “I got into volunteering at Children’s hospital because I am applying to medical school and I was looking for some clinical experience. I specifically chose Children’s hospital because I love children and because of my relationship with my brother Chase. Chase is handicapped and developmentally delayed, and I have taken care of him since my early childhood.”

 2.   Favorite thing to do outside of volunteering?

 “My favorite thing to do outside of volunteering is to go to my cabin. My favorite thing about being at my cabin is the fishing and having bonfires with s’mores.”

 3.   Do you have any kids or pets of your own?

 “I currently have two cats and two dogs. My cats are named Moglie and Thunder, and my dogs are named Grizz and Suki. Grizz is a German Shorthair and Suki is a Shih Tzu Bichon Frise mix.”

 4.   If you could create a new candy bar, what would be in it and what would you name it?

 “If I could make a new candy bar, I would make one with milk chocolate, caramel, english toffee, butterscotch, and a white chocolate coating. I would call it ‘THE FANTASTIC BAR’.”

 5.   Share a favorite volunteer experience or story:

   “My favorite volunteer experience happened within my first month of volunteering. A three year old girl had requested a volunteer. It was towards the end of my shift, the sun was already down, and it was close to bedtime for this little girl. I figured the best activity would be for me to read to her until she fell asleep. I ended up reading her five of her favorite books… at least two times each. She giggled the entire time, and repeated every word I uttered. I can remember saying “three little monkeys jumping on the bed, one fell off and bumped his head” and she would say “one fell off and bumped his head,” followed by enormous laughter, leaving her practically breathless! She eventually ran out of energy and fell asleep as I read yet another book to her. It was the perfect ending to my volunteer shift.”

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