HonorHealth teen volunteer opportunities

HonorHealth’s teen programs provide high school students with valuable opportunities to engage with their local community while gaining an understanding of the healthcare industry.

Volunteers work directly with patients, families, guests and staff. HonorHealth is seeking teens who are kind, mature, and able to provide excellent customer service. Prior to applying, teens are asked to carefully consider the required time commitment. Neither program includes job shadowing or internship opportunities.

Summer Teen Volunteer Program

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2020 Summer Teen Volunteer Program. Please check back in January for information on the 2021 program. 

This program is for those who will be a sophomore, junior, or senior in high school.

The 2021 program is an eight-week session that runs June 7, 2021 through July 30, 2021. The program requires a commitment of two four-hour shifts of service each week with a minimum of six weeks participation. For those accepted, all on-boarding will need to be completed by May 28, 2021; campus training will be the week of May 31, 2021.

Morning shifts fall between 7 a.m. and noon.  Afternoon shifts are between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. and evening shifts are between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Limited night and weekend opportunities are available.

In addition to participating in volunteer activities, students will also get to participate in Meet. Explore.Discover (M.E.D.) health care related education opportunities.

See the Summer Teen Volunteer Program FAQs (PDF).

Application process

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2020 Summer Teen Volunteer Program.

  • Complete the online application.
  • You’ll receive a confirmation email with information on additional items needed to complete the application. 
  • Bring the following items to your interview: 
    • Student statement that responds to the following prompts. Limit responses to a single page.
      • Why are you interested in Teen Volunteer Summer Program at HonorHealth? 
      • What aspect of being a teen volunteer is most appealing to you and why? 
    • A copy of your unofficial high school transcript.
    • Submit recommendation form completed by someone outside your immediate family. Consider someone who can speak to your work ethic and/or character. 
    • A copy of your unofficial transcript from school.
    • A copy of your immunization record showing proof of immunization to measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), and varicella (chicken pox). 
  • Attend interview with all required documents.

This is a competitive application process as there are limited positions available. View FAQs to learn more about the Summer Teen Volunteer Program.

Medical Explorers Club

We are accepting applications for the 2020-2021 Medical Explorers Club through July 15, 2020.

The Medical Explorers Club is offered at HonorHealth’s Thompson Peak and Deer Valley medical centers. The club exposes students interested in a career in healthcare to various hands-on events, learning opportunities, and the chance to interact with healthcare professionals. Meetings are held once a month and teens must be in high school, grades 9-12 to participate.

Each meeting is built upon club members interests and involves:

  • Speaking with physicians and other medical professionals about medical education and career paths
  • Visiting departments within the hospital
  • Hands-on learning activities

In past sessions students have been able to:

  • See live trauma simulations at HonorHealth’s Military Partnership Simulation Center
  • Learn how to prepare for surgery with HonorHealth physicians
  • Get advice on how to get ready for medical school

For new applicants, there is a non-refundable club due of $55 per year. For renewal applicants, there is a non-refundable club due of $45 per year. Limited space is available at each campus.

Learn more about the Medical Explorers Club

Questions?

If you have questions or would like more information about any of our teen programs, you can email or call 480-587-5097 Kristen Bagley, volunteer relations specialist.