This year-long commitment gives local adults and college students an opportunity to learn about healthcare by assisting staff, visitors, and patients with non-medical tasks. To qualify, you must have strong communication skills, be able to follow direction, accept supervision, comply with policies and procedures, exhibit interest and enthusiasm, and work independently.
Volunteers must be over 18.
For students enrolled in any accredited college or university, this special program offers experience in a healthcare setting.
To qualify, you must be 18-25 years old and able to commit to volunteering for 8-10 consecutive weeks during the summer.
Successful completion of the program provides you with an option to come back during school breaks throughout the year. During the interview process, we will make an effort to provide placement based on your interests.
The UVA Health Prince William Auxiliary’s Summer Teen Volunteer Program takes place at the UVA Health Prince William Medical Center. We offer a choice of three, 2-week sessions that introduce students to the culture of the hospital.
Service areas may include the emergency department, guest services, surgical services, materials management, physical therapy, registration, and the gift shop.