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High School Senior Volunteer Program

High School Senior Requirements

Applications for the High School Senior Program will be accepted in August 2017.

 High school senior volunteers are currently enrolled as a senior in high school.  The High School Senior Volunteer Program runs during the academic year only.

Steps to become a high school senior volunteer include: submitting an electronic application, completing supplemental forms, and attending one orientation session.

 Orientation sessions for Fall 2017:

Next session is TBA.

     These sessions will last 1.5-2 hours and will be held in the Sticht Center Auditorium on the ground floor of the Sticht Center, near visitor parking deck A. Directions are available to download here

     If students are unable to attend orientation for the dates set in the Fall(listed above) they will need to attend an orientation session in  Sprint 2018 to begin volunteer.                 

                         High School Senior

    High school seniors may volunteer during each semester, fall and or spring of their senior year. Should a current high school senior graduate, they may enroll as a college student or adult volunteer for opportunities during the summer.

    The High School Senior Program is different than the Summer Volunteen Program. 

     Typical volunteer shifts are: 8 am -12 pm, 12 pm- 4 pm, and 4 pm- 8 pm.

     Weekend and 24/7 volunteer opportunities are available in select departments.

     Flexible hours are available in certain areas to accommodate alternative schedules. 

    •  Students are expected to volunteer for a minimum of 40 hours.
    • A mandatory health screening including t.b skin tests and annual flu vaccine are required for all volunteers.
    • Volunteer uniforms cost $15 and are purchased after all on-boarding requirements are met. 

     If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact Brittany Wissick at 

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