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Teen Volunteers and Programs for Teens

Teen Volunteers and Programs for Teens

Teen volunteer application requests are being accepted, but there is a waiting list for positions.

Applications will be accepted when students are age 14, students will not be placed in positions until they are 15 years old. New volunteers will be brought in as positions become available.

Prospective Teen Volunteers

  • A minimum 100-hour commitment is required when you apply to volunteer.
  • Students must be 15 years of age.
  • First come, first serve. Positions are limited.

Teens will be required to receive 2 PPD (tuberculin skin tests) and a flu shot (all provided free of charge by the hospital). More details will be given at the time of the interview.

New teen volunteers must purchase a hospital uniform shirt at the cost of $20.00.

Teens will be contacted by the Volunteer Office to schedule an interview and attend an orientation.

Graduation Project Information

Due to stringent requirements for volunteer orientation and training, as well as adherence to mandated regulations, in most cases the hospital is not able to accommodate students wishing to complete school projects. Students seeking an opportunity to complete a school project may want to consider other resources in the local community.

We appreciate your support of Doylestown Hospital.

Contact the Volunteer Office

Questions about the Teen Volunteer program? Call the Volunteer Office at 215.345.2204.

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