There are many ways for you to get involved with the Volunteer Program. Explore our assignment areas and decide which one is right for you!
There is a Volunteer Opportunity Just Right for You
There are a number of areas of service where you may fulfill your volunteer duties - no matter what your interest:
|Alice T. Miner Center for Women & Children||Intensive Care Waiting Area||Progressive Care|
|Ambulatory Surgery||Infection Control||Radiology|
|Blood Donor Center||Joint Care Center||Reiki|
|Case Management||Medical Library||Service Center/Transport|
|Diagnostic Center||Medical Surgical Units||Skilled Nursing Facility|
|Emergency Department||Occupational Health & Wellness||Special Projects|
|Education||Palliative Care||Surgical Patient Family Waiting Area|
|Environmental Services||Pastoral/Spiritual Care||The Foundation of CVPH|
|Fall Risk Prevention||Patient Advocate||Wayfinder|
|FitzPatrick Cancer Center||Patient Information Desk|
|Flower Delivery||Pet Therapy|
|Human Resources||Plant Maintenance|
Once you've found your area of interest, it's time to apply!
Students volunteering for credit at their respective institutions must commit to a full semester of volunteering. Most academic institutions require a minimum amount of patient contact in order to be considered for academic credit. Therefore, not all of the opportunities listed above qualify for receiving credit at your respective institution. Additionally, orientation must be completed in the semester prior to your volunteer start date to avoid any delays in fulfilling your hourly requirements. If you are interested in becoming a student volunteer, please fill out a student application.
For more information regarding student opportunities, please contact the Volunteer Office at (518) 562-7595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.