Look in the mirror and you will see a potential University of Tennessee Medical Center volunteer. We have many opportunities for you to share your passion for care. We break down our volunteers by age range and commitment type. They are:
Teen Volunteers – People 17 and under who want to help their community and gain valuable skills through volunteering.Learn More
Adult Volunteers, also called Auxiliary Volunteers, are comprised primarily of people 18 and over seeking a long-term commitment.Learn More
College Students – College Student Volunteers, also called Independent Volunteers are college students or adults 18 and older who want to volunteer, but are not seeking a long-term commitment.Learn More
Let us pair your skills and talents with the best volunteer positions available. Whether you’re a people person or a behind-the-scenes type, chances are, we’ve got the perfect job for you.
“You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.” — Winston Churchill
If you are interested in working with and serving patients while also assisting clinical staff, consider this area. We need compassionate, positive individuals who are self-motivated and able to anticipate the needs of the department.
If you like working in an office atmosphere and supporting other team members, try one of these positions. We are looking for friendly, detail-oriented people who understand the importance of all the “behind the scenes” work that makes a department function smoothly.
If you are a “people person” and love going the extra mile to help others, this could be the role for you. We need compassionate, outgoing individuals who understand how stressful a trip to the hospital can be.