Applications are no longer being accepted for our Junior Volunteer Program. Please check back in February of 2018 for next summer's program information.
We are excited to offer volunteer positions for students age 15-17 through our Junior Volunteer Program. This program provides young adults with a chance to make a difference in our community, create lifelong friendships and learn more about health care careers. As a volunteer, we are sure you will soon experience the satisfying rewards that only service to others can bring. The information provided below will help you through the acceptance process. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to getting to know you better in the days ahead.
- The potential volunteer must meet the minimum age requirement of 15 years
- Parental consent is required for junior volunteers 15-17 years old
- Junior volunteers must be enrolled in high school or recently graduated from high school
- Junior volunteers are required to volunteer at least (3-4) hours per week, for a minimum of one semester or during summer break.
- On the job training for all volunteer service positions is provided
- We will not accept volunteers for mandated court-ordered community service
How to Apply:
Complete and submit the following items:
- Junior Volunteer Program Application
- Copy of Immunization Records
- One recommendation letter from, teacher, counselor, or coach
- Parental Consent Form
- Photo Consent Form
- Once your application is received, our team will review and schedule all eligible volunteers for an in-person orientation to cover basic information regarding our volunteer program.
- After orientation, you will be scheduled a time to meet one-on-one with a member of our staff to discuss expectations for volunteers, opportunities for service, your areas of interest, and the final steps to become a volunteer.
- After your meeting, you will be asked to complete the health screening requirements of the hospital, which include a 2-step TB screening and check your immunity for measles, rubella and chicken pox. These are required before you may start working in your assigned area and are at no cost to you.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Yuma Regional Medical Center. Should you have any additional questions regarding the application process, please call the volunteer office at 928-336-1105.