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Teen Volunteers

Women & Infants High School Volunteer Programs are designed to maximize hospital resources, effectively integrate youth in service and educational programming and to support a safe and secure work environment while exposing students to a variety of occupations in the health care industry. 

Eligibility: Students who have completed one year of high school, have aspirations to be part of the healthcare industry and are able to make a minimum commitment of 40 hours of their time are encouraged to review the information below.  We value the contributions of our junior workforce and look forward to partnering with you.

  • 2015 Summer Program-  The program overview and timeline will be posted in February.  Thank you for your interest.
  • High School Internships or Sr. Projects - The Summer Program is a prerequisite for students who are interested in opportunities to meet school objectives. 
  • Community Service - Students who are required to do community service hours to meet a school or personal obligation are encouraged to review the Summer Program timeline and requirements to meet this objective.
  • Hear what our junior volunteers are saying... 

"I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed volunteering and partaking in the hospital experience. I learned many things and techniques that I will continue to institute in my future actions. I also met many influential people that have given me advice and input for various accounts. I will continue to remember the fun I had and also the nice people I encountered throughout my Woman and Infant's experience"          Robert, 2014 Summer Program

"All four years of my volunteer experience have been enjoyable" Gianna, 2012 Summer Program

Scholarships - Click here to learn more about our previous scholarship program.

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