Junior Volunteers
Junior Volunteer Program
Each Texas Health Resources hospital has specific requirements for their Junior Volunteer program. Here are the basic opportunities, requirements and benefits to becoming a Junior Volunteer. For more information about hospital specific programs, please browse below.
  • Junior Volunteer Opportunities
    Junior Volunteers are needed throughout each hospital campus in patient care areas and business operation departments as well. Most opportunities are clerical in nature.
  • Junior Volunteer Requirements
    • Each Texas Health facility recruits Junior Volunteers who are 14 to 18 years old. Please refer to the hospital specific requirements for clarification
    • Must apply early in the calendar year in order to be considered. See hospital specific application dates
    • Must commit to the entire summer and a minimum of 32 to 100 hours, depending on the Texas Health hospital
    • Must provide two letters of reference
    • Must have a valid Social Security number
  • Junior Volunteer Benefits
    • Exposure to health care operations
    • Exposure to the culture of Texas Health and the Promise Behaviors
    • Exposure to top professionals in their field
    • Possibly free drinks and meals

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HSSSL: High School Student Service Learning Program
Are you a high school student who has a strong interest in a healthcare career and have time to spare in the summer? Please apply for the Texas Health Dallas High School Student Service Learning (HSSSL) program!
Junior Volunteer Opportunities
Look below for a program near you.
  • Texas Health Allen

    The junior volunteer program is active during the summer only. Applicants must be 16 years of age by June 1 of the program year.

    In order to be eligible for the summer program, students must commit to a minimum of nine weeks of volunteer service to the department for which they are assigned. Students can select the number of days they'll volunteer; the minimum requirement is one shift per week (all shifts are 4 hours) and the maximum is two shifts.

    Students selected for the program will be required to complete an employee health screening including TB test, immunization check and a drug screening before orientation and submit two references.

    For questions or more information, please contact Sandra Torres or call 972-747-6071.

    To apply, download and complete both of the documents below:



     

    PLEASE NOTE:  Our volunteer program is currently postponed. We appreciate your willingness to serve our community at Texas Health Presbyterian Allen (THA). Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our priority is to ensure the safety and health of our patients, guests, volunteers, physicians, and staff. While the situation is fluid and ever-changing, Texas Health Allen must continue to postpone all volunteer service programs. THA Volunteer Services staff will continue to provide updates as they become available.

    Due to the impact of the COVID-19 on our local area, unfortunately we will not be accepting application cycles at this time.  Thank you so much for your interest and we hope you return to apply!

                 We urge you to keep up to date with this weblink and the  CDC recommendations as we all play  our part to ensure the health and safety of the community.

     
  • Texas Health Alliance
    Texas Health Alliance does not offer a junior volunteer program. For more information, please contact THRAllianceHR@texashealth.org.
  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial

    Thank you all for your willingness to serve our community at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our priority is to ensure the safety and health of our patients, guests, volunteers, physicians, and staff. While the situation is fluid and ever-changing, Texas Health Arlington Memorial must continue to postpone all volunteer service programs. Texas Health Arlington Memorial Volunteer Services staff will continue to provide updates as they become available.

    Considering the impact of the COVID-19 on our local area, unfortunately we will not be conducting application cycles at this time. Thank you so much for your interest and we hope you return to apply!

    We urge you to keep up-to-date with this weblink and the CDC recommendations as we all play our part to ensure the health and safety of the community.

  • Texas Health Azle
  • Texas Health Burleson
  • Texas Health Clearfork
  • Texas Health Cleburne

    Contact Melissa Ainsworth or call 817-556-5552.

  • Texas Health Dallas

    The junior volunteer program runs during the summer months. Applicants must be currently enrolled in high school and at least 16 years old on or before June 15 of the program year. Students must complete 128 volunteer hours, 16 hours per week over the course of 10 weeks.

    All applications will be reviewed and interview invitations will be sent out via email. Each applicant invited to interview will be asked to bring the following:

    • 2 Reference Letters Click Here
    • Immunization Records
    • Driver's License or Photo ID
    • Resume
    • Other paperwork we will be providing to you

    Each applicant will also be asked to be photographed for identification and possible future badge photo.

    Junior volunteers who are accepted into the program will be required to visit our Employee Health department for a TB screening, urine drug screening and review of immunization records.

    Important THD High School Student Service Learning (HSSSL) Program Update:

    Thank you all for your willingness to serve our community at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our priority is to ensure the safety and health of our patients, guests, volunteers, physicians, and staff. While the situation is fluid and ever-changing, Texas Health Dallas must continue to postpone all volunteer service programs. THD Volunteer Services staff will continue to provide updates as they become available.

    Considering the impact of the COVID-19 on our local area, unfortunately we will not be conducting application cycles at this time. Thank you so much for your interest and we hope you return to apply!

    We urge you to keep up-to-date with this weblink and the CDC recommendations as we all play our part to ensure the health and safety of the community.

    For questions, please email: THD Volunteer Application.

  • Texas Health Denton

    The Junior/teen program is closed for 2020.

  • Texas Health Fort Worth

    If you are a teen interested in health care and you enjoy helping others, our junior volunteer program is an excellent opportunity. It is open to students ages 15 to 17 applicants must be 15 on or before June 3, 2020. The summer program runs from Monday, June 11 through Friday, August 7, 2020.

    Individuals commit to one 8-hour shift (8:00 am – 4:00) every week of the 9-week program.

    Please check your summer schedule before committing, as absences are limited to no more than two days during the summer program. Our committee will select 25 students. No exceptions will be made regarding the application process. Students graduating from high school in May 2020 are not eligible for the Junior Volunteer Program and must apply as an Adult Volunteer.

    Things to know when applying to the Junior Volunteer Program:

    • Junior Volunteer Application will close January 31, 2020
    • Application submission does not guarantee placement
    • Texas Health Fort Worth Volunteer Services does not accept students needing observation/shadowing/internship hours or a court judgement against them.
    • Parents must attend a Mandatory Parent Meeting
    • Students selected for the program will attend a Mandatory Orientation
    • Driver’s License or Photo ID required (school ID accepted)
    • 2 Reference letters Download Template
    • Current Immunization Record
    • Criminal Background Report (16 years and older)
    • Employee Health department Immunization Screening and Urine Drug Screen

    Please Note: Applications are now closed for the summer 2020 Junior Volunteer Program.

     

  • Texas Health HEB

    During the summer, Texas Health HEB opens up the volunteer program to students ages 14 to 18. Interest forms are available at Guest Services, the Volunteer Services office and distributed locally at schools. For more information, please call 817-685-4853.

  • Texas Health Kaufman
  • Texas Health Recovery & Wellness Center – Mansfield
  • Texas Health Plano

    Student Volunteer Program

    Thank you all for your willingness to serve our community at Texas Health Presbyterian Plano. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our priority is to ensure the safety and health of our patients, guests, volunteers, physicians, and staff. While the situation is fluid and ever-changing, Texas Health Plano must continue to postpone all volunteer service programs. THP will continue to provide updates as they become available.

    Considering the impact of the COVID-19 on our local area, unfortunately we will not be conducting application cycles at this time. Thank you so much for your interest and we hope you return to apply!

    We urge you to keep up-to-date with this weblink and the CDC recommendations as we all play our part to ensure the health and safety of the community.

  • Texas Health Prosper
  • Texas Health Southwest

    Contact the Guest/Volunteer Services office at 817-433-6450.

  • Texas Health Stephenville

    Texas Health Stephenville does not offer a junior volunteer program. Contact Kimberly Leondar at 254-965-1515 for more information.

  • Texas Health Willow Park

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