Summer Teen Volunteers

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We’re looking for the next generation of difference-makers to help support our patients, visitors and employees.

Norton Healthcare’s summer volunteer program welcomes high school students ages 14 and older to lend a much-appreciated helping hand. Our summer teen volunteers bring dynamic energy and compassion to the hospital care environment.

Benefits of being a summer teen volunteer:

  • Contributing to the health and happiness of others
  • Gaining experience working in a health care setting
  • Skill and character development
  • Community service hours

The 2024 program runs from June 1 to Aug. 1. Volunteers must commit to a regular weekly schedule for the duration of the eight-week program.


  • Applicants must be either high school students or at least age 14 by Friday, May 31, to qualify for the program. This includes eighth-grade graduates who will enter high school in fall 2024.
  • Volunteers accepted into the program will be required to complete a health screening, including a tuberculosis test and proof of required immunizations. Volunteers also must be current on immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR vaccine); varicella (chickenpox); and tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis (Tdap booster).
  • Volunteers must complete orientation and training once assigned to a role.

How to Apply

The deadline to apply for the summer 2024 program is Monday, April 15. We would like to accommodate all those who submit an application, however, available openings for the summer program are limited. You will be contacted by early May to let you know the outcome of your application.

To submit your application, click on the corresponding link for the hospital where you wish to volunteer.

If you have any questions about the program, contact one of the volunteer managers listed on the volunteer homepage.

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