Volunteer Opportunities for Teens With the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation

Teen Board and Teen Ambassadors Application 2021–2022

The Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation Teen Board and Teen Ambassadors are fun programs that meet to share ideas and help kids at Norton Children’s facilities through fundraising, events, volunteering and special projects.

The programs are exclusive to high school students in Louisville and Southern Indiana. The Teen Board program is exclusive to high school students in Louisville and Southern Indiana and you must be in at least eighth grade to be a Teen Ambassador. The Teen Board is made up of 30 members and meets once a month.

Thank you for your interest. We are no longer accepting applications for the Norton Children’s Teen Volunteer program.

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