Ages 18 and Older
- Applications will be accepted year round.
- A commitment of at least one shift per week (or 2 shifts per month) for a 6-month commitment is required.
- Complete the application process and participate in a free health assessment and mandatory orientation/training sessions, as required.
- Volunteers purchase their own uniforms ($20 or $28 depending on the style they choose).
How to Apply
- Submit an Adult Volunteer Application online and immediately continue with steps 2 and 3. (If you are a college student, please go to the College Volunteer Page.)
- Review the list of volunteer assignments at Volunteer Opportunities.
- If you are volunteering during flu season (September through May): Print and complete the Seasonal Influenza Consent Form. Bring the completed form with you to your interview. During flu season only (September through May), the flu vaccination is required for all volunteers and will be given free of charge at the volunteer health assessment, scheduled when volunteer placement occurs.
- At all times of the year, you are required to bring a list of your current immunizations with you to your interview.
- Schedule a mandatory interview by calling (785) 354-6095 (Monday through Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
- Location: All interviews will be held in the Volunteers Office, North Patient Tower, basement level of Stormont Vail Hospital, 1500 S.W. 10th St. Follow signs from the hospital’s main entrance. Please allow half an hour to complete the interview process.
- Please remember to bring a copy of your current immunizations and, if needed, a completed flu consent form to the interview.
- If you are age 18 or over, you will complete an additional form at the interview which will ask for your Social Security number and previous names (such as maiden name, name prior to adoption or previous married name) for a criminal background check.
- If you are accepted into the volunteer program, your volunteer placement will be provided at the conclusion of the interview.
- Attend the mandatory orientation. Information regarding dates and locations will be given at the time of the interview. Details about a mandatory orientation and health assessment will be given at that time.
Preparing for Your First Day
After the mandatory orientation, you will be contacted by a Volunteer Services team member to set a date for your first day of volunteer service.
On your first day, report to Volunteer Services to receive your ID badge, sign final paperwork, and get introduced to your volunteer area.