When I was in pharmacy school, I volunteered extensively at our local free clinic, and continue to support them financially even though I no longer live in the region. Lots of nurses volunteered there, as did physicians, dentists, and lab technicians. Pre-med students were strongly advised to volunteer there as patient guides so they would have some idea what they would be getting into.
Before I went back to school, I volunteered in a hospital pharmacy because I wanted to have a clue what I might be getting into, and could not find a technician job because of a pharmacy school being in that city (and not the school I ended up attending, BTW). I drove them crazy with "What's this for?" What's this for?" etc.
Edit: This was not in Georgia.