BECOMING A VOLUNTEER
*Students: Please go to the Student Programs page to learn about the specific dates and deadlines associated with the intake of student volunteers.
Getting started as an Enloe Volunteer begins with an application and interview, followed by training to ensure proper fit, readiness, and confidence.
Applications for Adult and College Student Volunteers are accepted on an ongoing basis. Applications for high-school aged Junior Volunteer program are available annually in February. Please note that the application packet for Junior Volunteers is different from the Adult/College application.
How to obtain the Adult/College application packet
- Download the application and print it
- Request an application from the Volunteer Services office by calling (530) 332-4575,
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Stop by our office at 1465 Esplanade, in Chico, during regular business hours.
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, each potential volunteer first participates in an interview process. Interviews are scheduled only after a fully completed application packet has been submitted. A checklist is included in the application packet to let you know what additional paperwork needs to be submitted with your application.
Upcoming 2013 General Orientations
Orientations are scheduled monthly for the general Adult population, once a semester for College students, and once a year for High School students.
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.