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Who Can Volunteer?

Anyone can volunteer! Youth and students (minimum of 14 years of age), adults, retirees, families, community groups, businesses…all we ask from you is your enthusiasm, dependability and commitment.
Volunteering is for Everyone!Scholarships/Grants
Active post secondary student volunteers who volunteer at the Janeway, General and St. Clare’s Mercy hospitals are eligible to apply for scholarships offered through their associated hospital auxiliaries. As well, active student volunteers may also apply to become summer students at various sites throughout the region. These positions are funded through federal and/or provincial grants.

Contact the Coordinator, Volunteer Resources for more details.

References and Employment Opportunities

A letter of reference can be helpful when applying for paid employment or entrance into educational programs. Once you have established a consistent volunteer history, consult the Coordinator about obtaining a letter for reference. If applying for employment with Eastern Health, please go to the careers section.

Volunteering is for Everyone!Eastern Health has many exciting volunteer opportunities for adults of all ages. Whether you’re young or young at heart – there is surely some volunteer opportunity or activity that will peak your interest and is sure to be fulfilling!

If you are approaching retirement or are currently retired from Eastern Health, why not contribute your time as an Eastern Health volunteer? You can stay connected with your colleagues, hone existing skills or learn new ones, and make the transition from working life to retirement an enriching one! Furthermore, if you apply for a volunteer placement with Eastern Health within one year of your retirement you forgo the need to complete various volunteer application requirements.

Please inquire with the Coordinator, Volunteer Resources.


Updated Mar 22, 2012