High School Volunteers
Gain a variety of healthcare and job-related experience, while making friends and giving back to your community.
- At least 14 years old and not yet graduated from high school
- Tuberculosis blood test (provided by LMH)
- Proof of flu shot (September through May)
- Proof of immunizations, including Hepatitis B, MMR, Tdap, and Varicella
- Parental consent to volunteer if under 18 years of age
- At least 16 hours of training with Escort (patient transport) if interested in a clinical volunteer position
- Must be available to volunteer at least 2 hours each week
- Long-term commitment of at least 40 hours volunteerism
Volunteering during the School Year
We ask our new students to volunteer Monday through Friday, no later than 4pm-6pm so that staff are available to offer support. Weekend volunteering is not an option for new junior volunteers but is an option later on.
High School Observation
Short-term observation of staff and physicians is reserved for college students. Once you graduate from high school, you are eligible to apply to shadow. If you are interested in gaining more experience now, we encourage you to explore our junior volunteer program.
Complete the Junior Volunteer Application. Only complete applications will be considered. Applications are reviewed weekly. Although we strive to offer experiences to as many students as possible, we typically receive more applications than we can accept. Thank you for your careful consideration of our program and your willingness to serve your community!
For more information or questions:
Contact Lauren Cobb
Volunteer Services Supervisor