A gift of time can help others
If you’re interested in performing valuable community service in a healthcare setting, please consider joining the Novant Health Auxiliary. If you are age 18 or older and are not currently enrolled in high school you qualify for our adult volunteering program. You can volunteer to serve at any of several locations, performing a variety of interesting tasks, including working in the emergency department or comfort rounds to inpatient rooms, helping with clerical duties, guest services, assisting in our gift or thrift shop and much more. In addition to regular assignments volunteers can also assist with fund raising events such as annual bazaars, jewelry sales and the Circle of Lights memorial service through our program Helping Hands.
All adult applicants should first thoroughly read the Volunteer Information Packet. If after reviewing the information you wish to proceed, please complete the Adult Volunteer Application and follow the instructions to return it to the volunteer office. Once we receive your completed application the office staff will reach out to you to schedule an interview.
For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call
Teen volunteers summer program
Thank you for your interest in the Novant Health Auxiliary Teen Volunteer Summer Program. The 2016 summer program is now full. Please check back early 2017 for information on next year's summer program.
discover which program is right for you
If you are a student interested in shadowing at a Novant Health facility, please visit our Student Programs and follow the instructions as it appears to you.
Our college volunteer program gives students an opportunity to learn about healthcare by assisting staff, visitors, and patients with non-medical tasks. Volunteers must be able to follow directions, accept supervision, comply with the rules, exhibit interest and enthusiasm and work independently. If you are interested in serving in a healthcare setting and feel you can meet our expectations, we invite you to apply. College students should apply as adults.
Manassas Therapy Dogs visits Prince William Medical Center three times a week to share their time and love with our patients. For more information on Manassas Therapy Dogs visit their website.