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College Student Volunteer Program

At the beginning of each semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer) we welcome students from various colleges and universities.  Undergraduate, graduate, or non-traditional students can become involved in many ways at VCU Health.  To successfully apply to volunteer, you must begin working on the requirements before the semester begins. We expect a weekly commitment of at least two consecutive hours (excluding official university breaks and holidays) for the entire semester—this is approximately 20 hours of service. We encourage volunteers to participate for multiple semesters. Letters of reference will only be provided to volunteers who have served 40 hours or more (a record of hours can be provided at any time).

Summer 2018

Before continuing, make sure you understand:

  • Health screening, registration, and orientation are all required to participate
  • You must have a Social Security Number in order to volunteer
  • You must have a valid, government-issued ID, such as Driver’s License or Passport
  • Summer volunteering will take place through 8/19/2018

The steps to become a volunteer for the Summer 2018 semester:

Have you ever volunteered with VCU Health before?

Click here to choose a registration time for continuing/returning volunteers. If you have not volunteered in the past 12 months, you may need to apply as a new volunteer and should contact Volunteer Services for individual instructions.

New to volunteering with VCU Health?

All interested students must submit COMPLETED application AND health screening documents to Volunteer Services no later than 4:00pm on May 21, 2018Incomplete or late submissions will not be considered. There are no exceptions.

  1. Application: The application must be completed and submitted using the link at the bottom of this page.

  2. Health Screening: Complete and submit (email is preferred) all health screening requirements listed on the Health Screening Form at the bottom of this page. Look carefully at the dates on the form to make sure your records are/will be completed within the correct timeframe. We do not have access to health records from VCU Student Health or VCU Health clinics due to privacy regulations. We recommend that you retain copies of your health records as VCU Health will not retain copies.

  3. Orientation and Registration:  If your complete health screening materials are received by the deadline, you will receive instructions to complete orientation and receive instructions to sign up for an appointment for registration. Registration is a short in-person meeting during which we will help you choose a volunteer opportunity and schedule for the semester; time slots will be available between 9am and 4pm, May 23-25. Opportunities are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. A list of possible assignments can be reviewed in advance; actual availability is subject to change and detailed descriptions will be provided at your appointment.

If you believe your materials are complete and you do not receive further instructions, contact us before the deadline to check your status.

Ready to apply?

                   Click here to fill out the application by May 21 at 4pm

Click here to download the Health Screening Form; complete documentation must be received by May 21 at 4pm

If you have any questions, contact Volunteer Services at 804.828.0922 or volunteer@vcuhealth.org.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering!