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The UCLA Health Volunteen Summer Program is a seven week program. It will  begin on Friday, June 26, 2020, and end Friday, August 14, 2020. You will be required to volunteer a minimum of 50 hours. Once you are accepted into the program, as a Volunteen, you may begin your volunteering rotation in the following critical area:

  • Patient Transport : Assists in the Patient Transport office at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. They are responsible for discharging patients, assisting in transfers, and helping the patient transport staff. This is a great opportunity for students to see all areas of the hospital and get clinical exposure. Shifts are available seven days a week.


  • Wayfinding: Wayfinders are stationed at hospital entrances and greet each visitor/patient along with providing wheelchair and escort assistance. Wayfinders must be friendly, proactive, and have good communication and customer service skills. 2-hour shifts are available Monday-Friday between 8:00am - 4:00pm. Due to the standing nature of this position, 4 hours will be rewarded for 2 hours of Wayfinding services.


  • Floater: Volunteers help deliver patient mail and newspapers. The assignments can change each shift depending on needs of department . Volunteers are assigned to the Volunteer Office for one, four-hour shift per week between 9:00 am - 4:00 am on Monday through Friday (weekends are not available).

Qualification and Health Requirements

  • Minimum age 16 years old 
  • Agreement to volunteer 50 hours
  • Proof of Varicella, MMR and TB. Please click here for detailed information on health requirements
  • A valid, government-issued photo ID (driver's license, state ID, passport)




The LAC+USC Department of Patient Volunteer Services provides volunteer opportunities matched to your schedule and interests.

Volunteering at LAC+USC Medical Center provides an exceptional opportunity to take an active role in your community,build skills, make a difference, and explore career opportunities. Countless volunteers have gone on to pursuecareers in the healthcare field as a result of their volunteer experience.


If you are interested in becoming an Adult or Junior Volunteer, contact the Volunteer Office at (323) 409-6945to explore opportunities or email us for more information at You must submit an application and attend an orientation program in addition to other requirements.

Click Here for the Volunteer Applications



CAMP CHLA - Health Care Career Exploration


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in the health care field? Camp CHLA is your chance to explore those exciting careers! Join us for five full days of education, observation, and participation in the daily activities of health care professionals at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA).

At Camp CHLA, you will:

  • Observe medical procedures and job shadow health care professionals as they care for patients
  • Participate in skills labs where you will learn how to take vital signs, perform community CPR, and acquire other essential skills for the medical field
  • Gain exposure to different career paths by participating in presentations given by medical professionals in various specialties
  • Debrief at the end of each day to reflect on your experience and share with your peers
  • Get a firsthand look at the fascinating world of health care through this life-changing opportunity

Click here for the list of available careers you can shadow during Camp CHLA.


Camp #1

  • July 13 – 17, 2020

Camp #2

  • July 27 – 31, 2020


  • Only current freshmen, sophomores, or juniors in high school are eligible to apply
  • If you have attended Camp CHLA before, you are not eligible to apply
  • You must be able to attend all 5 days of the session (approx. 8:00am – 4:30pm




The Pre-Med Summer Scholar Program is an intense, one-week, primarily educational program incorporating medical guest speakers and hospital tours and activities giving the Summer Scholar an involved sense of working within the field of medicine. The goal of the program is to expose the Summer Scholar to a variety of medical professions in hope that they make a more informed decision about their own path to medicine. This is not a "summer camp-like" program and housing accommodations are not included. Last year's curriculum included:

  • Anesthesiologist roundtable
  • Pathology Tour
  • Internal Medicine resident forum
  • Emergency Medicine physician Q&A
  • Visit to School of Dentistry
  • Brain Mapping and Robotics Tour
  • CPR Training
  • Volunteer shifts and service




  • Charles R. Drew University of medicine and Science provides unique academic programs to expand the educational capacity of underrepresented youth to ensure their long-term success, health, and well-being. 
  • CDU currently offers Pre-K to 12th grade student’s pathway to careers in medicine, science, research and health through our various pipeline programs which include, Saturday Science Academy II, Opportunity Scholars Public Health Academy, CDU MedSimulations, Los Angeles Pediatric Society (LAPS) and CDU Mobile STEM labs.
  • All of the programs encourage students to become dedicated leaders in their field who strive to address social injustice, health inequities and disparities in underserved communities. CDU’s pipeline programs provide mentorship and inspirational experiences that form a foundation for minority youth to succeed and strengthen their academic skills.

Samuels Family Latino and African American High School Internship Program (LA-HIP)

The online application for the 2020 Samuels Family LA-HIP will open on Friday November 1st 2019 and will close at midnight on Saturday February 1, 2020. You can find the link here.

In order to be eligible, you must be:

  • Latino or African-American
  • Currently a junior at a public high school in the Los Angeles area
  • Have a Social Security Number

The complete application consists of the following components:

  • Personal information
  • Academic Information
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Personal Statement and Essay
  • Recommendation Letter by a science or math teacher or counselor
  • Unofficial or Official High School Transcript

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. For questions please contact Meghan Banks at

UCLA Allied Health Summer Internship

Applications for the summer internship application will reopen early 2020.

What to expect from the summer internship:

  • 40 hour, 1 week long program
  • Hospital Rotations
  • Career Development
  • CPR Training & Certification
  • Srub Uniforms
  • Unpaid, but Dorm Experience Provided at no cost

Follow them @uclaceteam to stay informed and find out when the application becomes available!


For more details about the summer internship, please click on the following link:


Applications will reopen for the next cohorts in January 2020. For all other questions, please email:


  • Youth@Work builds on the Earn and Learn model by pairing paid work experience with a comprehensive and strategic set of employment, training and support services provided through a network of America’s Job Centers of California (AJCCs).
  • Youth@Work services are targeted to priority youth populations with the highest need, including: school dropouts, foster, probation, homeless, Transitional Age Youth (TAY), and CalWORKs youth.
  • The goal of Youth@Work is to provide youth with a menu of multilevel services that offer access to work experience, work readiness, personal enrichment training, academic and career counseling, and advanced career services. The services may be rendered in a progressive or combined manner as appropriate to meet participant needs.