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How to Volunteer

All potential St. Luke's volunteers must first complete an application process. The applications are specific to our three volunteer categories: Juniors, age 14-18; Students, 18 or over who are enrolled in a post-secondary education program; and Adults, 18 and over.

After the applications are received, reference inquiries are sent out for adult volunteers. For some volunteer positions, a state background study must be completed. Once the applications and references are back, an interview with the Volunteer Services Director will be scheduled. If the applicant moves on to become a volunteer, a volunteer orientation is scheduled and the volunteer receives training from experienced volunteers and the volunteer services staff.

Volunteers are required to have a tuberculosis screening. Adult volunteers are asked to commit to at least one year of service, students to one semester and juniors to a full summer program or for the entire school year.

Please download the appropriate application and a reference form below:

Adult Application for Volunteer Service (PDF)

Student Application for Volunteer Service (PDF)

Junior Application for Volunteer Services (PDF)

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