Teenage Volunteers

*THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM BUT WE ARE CURRENTLY FULL AND WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THIS SUMMER.

Providence Hospital’s teen volunteers don’t just give invaluable service to the hospital’s patients and associates—they also spread an infectious enthusiasm and goodwill. And that’s something we all want to catch!

We welcome boys and girls ages 14 through 18 who have completed the eighth grade. Teenage volunteers work in the months of June and July.

If you’re a teenager interested in volunteering at Providence, please read carefully the information below.

The Application Process

A hospital is a highly regulated environment and volunteers must attend orientation and training so they can protect our patient’s right to safety and privacy. Because a great deal of time is invested in your training, we ask that you fulfill your commitment. We ask you to consider your commitments that you have this summer, such as band camp, family vacations, etc. If you do not volunteer at least 20 hours, we will not issue a certificate nor verify that you volunteered, i.e, for the National Honor Society, scholarship applications, etc.

Because of the many rules and training requirements, teenage volunteers cannot be involved in direct patient care. Their activities are limited to clerical duties, assisting in surgery waiting rooms, delivery of supplies and assisting the hospital staff.

Volunteer at Providence

Please call the Volunteer Services office at (251)-633-1335 and let us find a place for you!