So I've been thinking I should start volunteering and adding some bells and whistles to my resume. I work full time as a polysomnographer and a RT. Being that I work in a hospital, in all settings whether it be clinic, ICU, floor, or ER, is volunteering as a tech or anything similar really important? I've been working in health care for about 6 years now, and was a combat medic before I went through RT school. Would volunteering for meals on wheels or perhaps teaching CPR for free to underprivileged communities be better? I've been thinking about checking out some places like YMCA or local community parks, and offering free CPR classes on my dime. Any ideas for a health care non trad? As far as EC, I think I may have enough. Amateur paint ball team, guitar for a gigging band, soon to be father (OF A BOY!!!), semi pro computer gamer at one point in my life, Just got out of the Army Reserves. Should I leave any of this out?