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Arkansas Children’s depends on volunteers to keep its promise of delivering unprecedented child health, defined and delivered.
We ask all adult volunteers to commit to one three-hour shift per week, at the same day and time, for a minimum of three months. Weekday, evening and weekend shifts are available in most patient care areas.
Arkansas Children’s volunteers are carefully screened, processed and placed in appropriate assignments in patient care areas, as well as non-patient care areas. The process for becoming an Arkansas Children’s volunteer takes time, but it is meant to ensure the safety of patients and families as well as the success of our volunteers.
The ACH Junior Volunteer Program offers service opportunities for high school students (ages 14-18). As a junior volunteer, you can help provide the best experience possible for our patients and families.
We’re looking for junior volunteers who are:
As we at Arkansas Children’s continue to monitor COVID-19, your health and safety remain a top priority. For the safety of our patients, families and volunteers, our team of medical professionals has advised that we continue to limit who enters our hospitals and clinics.***The application deadline for the 2021 virtual Summer Junior Volunteer Program has passed. Please visit the website in February 2022 for information on the 2022 Summer Junior Volunteer Program.
To help determine the applicant’s readiness to participate as a volunteer at Arkansas Children’s, all communication is encouraged to be handled by the applicant directly.