Have you ever considered volunteering your time to help others? Volunteers are an essential part of Aultman's team! They make a difference in the lives of others, while making friends and learning new skills.
Volunteers must be at least 15 years old and have successfully completed the ninth grade. Aultman requires a commitment minimum of 50 hours of volunteer service per year.
Aultman volunteers enjoy the benefits of free parking in the covered deck, free cafeteria meals after working four hours and recognition events. You can choose to volunteer in a specific area such as The Shoppes, the Aultman Blood Center bloodmobile - or you can serve as a lobby greeter. You can also "float" to different departments around the hospital. Volunteer opportunities are also available at Aultman North, West, Woodlawn, Carrollton and the Center for Pain Management. Check out the Volunteer Services brochure for more information.
To fill out an application form, click here. Once your application is received, Volunteer Coordinator Lee Kenny will contact you to set up an interview. All applicants then must complete required health and safety tests and receive a background screening. In addition, all volunteers must turn in a signed physician release form prior to their first day of volunteering. For more information, please email the volunteer office by clicking here.
Aultman Hospital offers high school students the opportunity to volunteer over the summer months during their school break. The program runs 10 weeks and students are assigned to age-appropriate volunteer jobs throughout the hospital and affiliate medical sites.
Students must submit a volunteer application, interview with a member of the Volunteer Services Department and complete an orientation. Students are asked to commit to a minimum four hours per week to the program. All volunteer experiences will be assigned Monday - Friday.
Students interested in volunteering at Aultman should download the future VolunTeen information
and teen application
. Happy Tails
Aultman offers the Happy Tails
program that enables specially trained dogs and their handlers to bring joy to hospitalized patients.