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Our Junior Volunteer Program is for young men and women ages 14-18 who want to make a difference in their community through service at St. Luke’s. When you become a Junior Volunteer, you’ll gain valuable experience in a hospital environment, develop customer service and leadership skills, and learn to take on responsibility — all while interacting with patients, visitors, and staff.
Applications are available the first Monday in November, after 2 p.m., of each year. A limited number of applications are available and fill quickly.
The St. Luke's Junior Volunteer Program cannot successfully accommodate new volunteers past their junior year of high school due to limited time and opportunities.
To be considered for membership in the Junior Volunteer Program, you must:
Thank you for your interest in the St. Luke's Junior Volunteer Program. In the best interest of our volunteers, patients and staff, St. Luke's will be postponing applications to the Junior Volunteer Program at this time. We will re-evaluate the program needs in November 2021.
If you have additional questions, call us at (208) 381-2988.
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Let St. Luke's support your health, however you define it.