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

Teen Ambassadors and Teen Board Applications 2023–2024

Apply for the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation Teen Ambassador or Teen Board programs! Applications are now open.

Meet other teens who care about supporting our community, share ideas and help the kids at Norton Children’s Hospital through fundraising, events, volunteering and special projects. Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation organizes the Teen Board and Teen Ambassadors programs to help you have an impact while having fun. Both programs work to benefit Norton Children’s Hospital, but they each have their own programming, requirements and expectations. 

Teen Ambassadors

If you will be a high school student in Greater Louisville or Southern Indiana next year, the Teen Ambassador program is a perfect way for you to get involved with Norton Children’s. This program includes volunteer opportunities at Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation events and encourages you to make an impact through fundraising. Some teen ambassadors go on to serve on our Teen Board.

Teen Board

Current or rising 11th and 12th graders in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area can apply for the Norton Children’s Hospital Teen Board. Board service is an opportunity to increase your commitment level and impact. Board members meet monthly to learn more about roles at Norton Children’s Hospital and participate in personal development programming. Members of the Teen Board take on volunteer responsibilities and fundraising requirements that support the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation. 

Read more about the expectations for each program and apply at the links below. If you have any questions, reach out to Toree Parrish at (502) 420-4283.

Applications are open now and through Monday, July 17.

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