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​ Scott & White Helping Hands Volunteer Program

Baylor Scott & White Health Helping Hands is a volunteer program for anyone passionate about healthcare or simply interested in giving back to their community. Healthcare is all about people and the experience we create for our patients. People who love serving others or are interested in joining the healthcare field would be a great fit for this volunteer opportunity. While volunteers don't have direct patient healthcare contact, the program gives an extensive overview of what Baylor Scott & White does every day.

How to Become a Volunteer

Volunteer opportunities are available through Baylor Scott & White in College Station and fit individual time schedules, abilities and interests.

Opportunities

  • Lobby assistance - gift shop, lobby area maintenance and concierge services
  • Patient assistance - visit with patients, escort patients/visitors, and provide golf cart and wheelchair transport for patients
  • Department assistance - joint replacement therapy, maintain organization in waiting area and non-patient care tasks

Minimum hour requirements

  • Adult volunteers - a minimum of four hours each week for six months
  • College student volunteers - a minimum of four hours each week for one semester *
  • Junior volunteers - a minimum of four hours each week for six week periods—only offered beginning in June * (Junior volunteers must be 15 years old by June 1)

Application process

*Due to the tremendous response received, college applications for the 2020 spring semester are no longer being accepted. We will open the application acceptance for the summer/fall 2020 program on April 1, 2020. Please submit your applications as soon as possible as we’ve historically had to close the submission link earlier than anticipated due to high demand.

NOTE: Adult applications cannot be filled out by those who are currently enrolled in high school or college courses.

  • Complete a volunteer application form
  • Complete an interview
  • Complete a health screening – A parent must be present for any Junior volunteers. Junior volunteers must also provide proof of the following immunizations: 
    • Proof of (2) MMR vaccines or positive MMR titers
    • Proof of (2) Varicella vaccines or positive Varicella titers
    • Proof of (3) HBV vaccines or positive HBV titers
    • TDAP within 10 years
    • TB test within 1 year
    • Flu shot (during flu season – October -March)
  • Attend an orientation
  • Purchase a volunteer shirt or smock
  • Receive training for assigned area of service
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