Voluntary Service considers our youth volunteers an integral part of the overall Volunteer Program. Youth between the ages of 14 to 18, and who are currently in high school are encouraged to join the program. In return, they will receive valuable experience and training, which will be of benefit in applying for scholarships or employment.
Students Volunteering for Veterans
• Serving – our Nation’s heroes.
• Enriching – personal and professional growth.
• Rewarding – opportunities to make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
• Volunteering – to give back to Veterans who have given so much.
• Expanding - horizons with new experiences that will improve your resume while enhancing your life.
The SAVAHCS SERVE Program is a new opportunity for selected students to gain valuable work and life experience while serving our Nation’s Veterans. There will be a limited number of youth placements available.
The SERVE Program application package will include an essay and written recommendations. Top applicants will be invited for an interview. Selected students and their parent/guardian will be required to attend one of two orientations offered. Participants will be expected to adhere to program performance and attendance expectations.
Contact Voluntary Service at 520-629-1822 to obtain a SERVE application. The new SERVE Program replaces all other SAVAHCS youth volunteer programs.
In addition to the self-satisfaction of giving back to those who gave so much, there are many advantages to becoming a youth volunteer. Youth volunteers can begin developing a network of positive references for job and college applications. For information on the James H. Park Scholarship and the Disabled American Veteran (DAV) Scholarship please click on the following links:
For information on additional scholarship opportunities, you may contact the Voluntary Service office at (520) 629-1822.
Youth volunteers can begin developing a network of positive references for job and college applications.
There is no better way to answer the question – “Why volunteer at a VA Hospital,” than to hear from other volunteers.
Youth volunteers are a ray of sunshine to our sick and disabled Veteran patients. For questions on how to become a SAVAHCS Volunteer, please contact our Voluntary Service at (520) 629-1822. Check out our SERVE Flyer
Our Nation’s Veterans need you!