Volunteer opportunities for teens with the Children’s Hospital Foundation

Teen Board and Teen Ambassador programs

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

The opportunities are exclusive to students in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area. You must be a high school junior or senior to join Teen Board and at least in eighth grade to be a Teen Ambassador. Teen Board will meet once a month and have 30 members.

The application process for the 2019-2020 Teen Board and Teen Ambassador programs will open on May 1, 2019, and close on July 19, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Applications will be submitted online. For all questions or inquiries about Teen Board or Teen Ambassadors, contact Courtney Puckett at courtney.puckett@nortonhealthcare.org.

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