Thank you for your interest in St. Luke's Hospital's Summer Student Volunteer Program. Volunteers are part of the St. Luke's family and play a key role in the outstanding quality of our patient and visitor experience. The Summer Student Volunteer Program is open to high school and college students (age 16 and older) who are interested in contributing their time to serve the visitors, patients and staff of St. Luke's Hospital. Dedicated and organized students who want to help others and who can make a weekly commitment during the summer are encouraged to apply.
Student volunteers can assist with many tasks including escorting and transporting patients, stocking, and running errands. They do not
perform or observe medical procedures or assist with patient care. Student volunteers are scheduled for 1 four-hour shift per week on the same day and same shift for the entire session. (Morning shifts are 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and afternoon shifts are 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.) Assignments are based on the needs of the hospital and the student's availability.
Important dates and information are listed in the table below. St. Luke's Hospital follows all protocols and procedures essential for the health and safety of our community, staff and volunteers. As a result, any necessary changes to the program or updates to the timeline will be posted here.
|Summer Student Volunteer Program
||Mandatory Orientation Date
|PLEASE CHECK BACK AFTER THE FIRST OF THE YEAR FOR MORE INFORMATION
Applicants must be age 16 at the time of application.
After the application period is closed, selected applicants will be contacted for a personal interview and potential volunteer opportunity. Applicants chosen for the program will complete a clearance process before beginning volunteer service. The clearance process includes:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I am currently 15 years of age, but will turn 16 during the summer. Can I still apply?
- Urine drug screen
- Criminal background check (social security number required)
- Blood draw to screen for tuberculosis, measles, mumps and rubella
- Immunization record review
- Current influenza vaccination documentation
- COVID-19 vaccination documentation
You must be 16 years of age at the time you submit your application. We invite you to apply next summer after you have turned 16.
Q: I checked the program dates and information and am able to volunteer. What is the next step?
Please submit an online application when the application link is live. The Volunteer Office will contact you if you are selected for an interview.
Q: I missed the application period - what should I do?
Unfortunately, you will not be able to apply until next summer. Please look for details about the program early next year.
Q: I have a job and attend summer school, but want to volunteer also. Can I volunteer whenever I am free?
The volunteer program requires you to be available the same day and same shift for the entire summer. Coordinating a regular schedule is necessary for our volunteer program to work effectively in conjunction with our hospital departments. If you are not available on a consistent weekday morning or afternoon during the summer, you will not be able to volunteer.
If you have any questions, please call 314-542-4768.