City Charter High School is honored with Children’s Hospital Community Partner of the Year Award.

Patti Kretschman, Internship Manager of City High with
Children’s Hospital volunteer coordinator John Krysinky.

City Charter High School is ecstatic to be honored by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC as a “Community Partner of the Year.” We are not only honored by the recognition, but also thankful for the wonderful experience and mentorship that Children’s Hospital who are looking towards the medical and childcare field as their career interests. Internship Manager Patti Kretschman accepted the award on behalf of City High on Saturday evening.

Patti Kretschman poses with City Charter High School Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh — UPMC’s Volunteer Services Department 2018 Community Partner of the Year Award.

Children’s Hospital has been an internship site partner with City High since the school’s inception, with the first internship in 2005. No interns were at the hospital during the hospital’s two-year move to its new and current site in Lawrenceville, which opened in 2009.

The Community Partner of the Year award recognizes an exemplary community partnership that has provided innovative projects and programs, and whose members have contributed significant hours of service that have made a positive impact on the patients and families of Children’s Hospital. The award was started in 2013, and the Volunteer Service Department of the hospital has honored an organization each year since that has been an important part of the Hospital Volunteer Program.

Our school is thrilled to be named this year’s “Community Partner of the Year” and look forward to our continued collaboration with Children’s Hospital in the years to come and are excited to see our students continue to flourish in their internships at the hospital.

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