Becoming a Volunteer
Getting started as an Enloe Volunteer begins with an application and interview, followed by training to ensure proper fit, readiness and confidence.
Thank you for your interest in applying to be an Enloe Junior Volunteer. The application period for the 2015-2016 service year is now closed. Please check back in spring 2016 if you would like to apply for our Junior Volunteer program in the future.
Applications for adult and college student volunteers are accepted on an ongoing basis. (Applications for the Junior Volunteer program for high school students are available annually in March. Please note: The application packet for Junior Volunteers is different than the Adult/College application packet.)
Apply Online to become a volunteer
- Complete the Enloe Volunteer Application (for adults and college students)
- If you have questions, contact the Volunteer Services office by phone at (530) 332-4575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Services strives to match your interests, skills, abilities, and talents with the current needs of the hospital. To ensure proper fit for both the volunteer and the hospital, each potential volunteer first participates in an interview process. Interviews are scheduled after a fully completed application has been received.
All potential volunteers will need to complete both online training lessons and attend an in-person orientation session. This information is required for all health care workers, including volunteers, to understand. For more information on these requirements, please contact the Volunteer Services office.
Additional intake steps
During the intake, application and orientation process you can also expect to complete two Tuberculin (TB) Tests, discuss your immunization record, and attend additional site orientations as applicable to your placement.
"Confident Readiness" is a key concept in the training of our volunteers. We prepare you to be confident in your role as an Enloe Volunteer. Training is structured to
provide each volunteer with the resources, information and skills necessary to serve in their volunteer placement. Depending upon placement area, training consists of facility orientation, classes, and on-the-job experiences.
On-going training, in-services, and update meetings are held throughout the year as needed for the education of our volunteers. Annually, all volunteers participate in Re-Orientation as a condition of participation in the volunteer program.
You may have many questions about volunteering at Enloe Medical Center. Find answers to the most commonly asked questions that applicants have about our adult volunteer program.
Apply online today
Adults and College Students: Take the first step towards becoming a volunteer by completing the Enloe Volunteer Application.
High School Students: The application period for the 2015-2016 service year is now closed. Please check back in spring 2016.