There are many ways to volunteer at Carle BroMenn Medical Center. From leadership roles to greeters, our volunteers enhance the healthcare experience for our team members and patients.
Adult volunteers serve Carle BroMenn and Carle Cancer Institute Normal patients and staff to enhance their healthcare experience. Volunteers also engage in fundraising and retail activities to support the mission of the Hospital in philanthropic ways.
Volunteering provides college students with an excellent education and experience. With opportunities to serve during the school year or summer, all college students must serve two hours each week. Interns (college students who volunteer for school credit) are limited. Scheduled service hours will meet the school credit requirements.
Our volunteer program for teens is an exciting opportunity to gain experience in the medical field and to experience the gift of giving. High school students, 14 and older, are eligible to participate throughout the school year, serving two hours each week.
The summer volunteer program for teens, ages 14 to 17, is an exciting opportunity to gain experience in the medical field and give back. Applications are available April 1 and must be submitted by May 1.
Volunteers serve a vital role on our healthcare team. Their selfless dedication of time and talent makes a significant contribution to the quality of care provided to patients, caregivers and families dealing with end-of-life issues. Volunteers are needed in many areas, including respite care, veteran-to-veteran care, comfort care and salon services.
Carle volunteers have access to the volunteer information center. Here, current volunteers can review their profiles, schedule shifts and review open shifts within their specified assignment. Be sure to use the email you have registered with Volunteer Services.