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Montes, Victoria
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Volunteer, Internship, Employment Opportunities

UPDATED AS OF 4/21/2021

Would you like to explore opportunities that include job shadowing professionals, patient care, hospital administration, and other aspects of a hospital setting?

Below you will find volunteer, internship & employment opportunities in the healthcare industry as well as other industry sectors.

  • Volunteer opportunities will be more general and you will be placed where you the program needs volunteers. 

  • Internships will offer you a more hands on experience with a specific focus, job shadowing, training, skill development, mentorship, possibly offer a stipend (pay), and have extensive applications.

  • In addition to these, most hospitals have volunteer opportunities. Check at the hospital nearest you.

  • Also check below for opportunities including employment/job opportunities in other industry sectors in the Los Angeles area. 

Once you find the right opportunity and you would like additional resources in preparing to apply for an internship or employment opportunity, see this resource:



Potential Organizations to Host Student Volunteers


The Wellness Center - Anna Parra - Development Manager (

  • East Los Angeles Women's Center 
  • Alma Family Services
  • Jovenes, Inc. 
  • Maternal and Child Health Access 

Building Healthy Communities Boyle Heights - Ismael Castro - Project Manager (

  • Inner City Struggle 
  • CASA 0101 
  • Self Help Graphics and Art 
  • Community Power Collective 
  • Public Health Advocates 
  • Gender and Sexualities Alliance Network 
  • Weingart YMCA - East Los Angeles
  • Legacy Los Angeles Youth Development Corporation

Latino Equality Alliance - Zacariah Flores - Program Coordinator (


The organizations listed under The Wellness Center and Building Healthy Communities

Boyle Heights are potential organizations who work closely with the two of them. 


Additional Community Service Organizations: 

  • American Red Cross
  • Ascencia (
  • Chinatown Branch Library
  • Create Now, Inc
  • EAST LA Women’s Center
  • Good Samaritan Hospital (Esther Duenas, Director of Volunteer Services)
  • Kitten Rescue
  • Kitty Bungalow
  • L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs (
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Pacific Citizen Newspaper---Japanese American Citizens
  • Together We Rise
  • UCLA (
  • YMCA
  • LAC+USC Medical Center: Volunteer Services 


Community Service/Volunteer Opportunities




Participate in Kaiser’s Cards of Kindness Program! Create cards (and posters) for patients in the hospital as well as for Kaiser staff.   

According to Kathleen McIntire, Director of Volunteer and Chaplain Services, "This time has been particularly rough for our staff, especially as the COVID surge is growing. We would truly appreciate anything that your students would like to provide to us."


From Kaiser's Volunteer Services Office regarding CARDS OF KINDNESS PROGRAM:

  • There is no limit to how to make the cards as long as they are appropriate for our members. No Political or religious views or anything that may come in conflict with our members.
  • Submit 25 cards for a credit of 1.5 hours. The submission of cards have to be in person or mailed in to the volunteer services office.
  • Send cards to:

Kathleen McIntire, DVS

Kaiser Permanente LAMC

4867 Sunset Blvd, Rm 232

Los Angeles, CA 90027

  • Please make sure that you label the cards you send in with your name so that Kaiser may be able to keep track of what came in from you.


Please also keep track, yourself, of the number of cards you send in to the program. You may do this on your Volunteer Hours Log Sheet. All community service forms are in the line green folder in Resources (left sidebar) or on the Magnet Office webpage in the school website. Get creative, spread kindness, enjoy the gift of giving!



VISIT: LAPL.ORG for future opportunities!







View the two videos on Dr. Brett Feldman's work with the homeless and Street Medicine:


House Calls for the Homeless:


Street Medicine: Caring for the Homeless with Radical Humility (TED Talk):


After listening to Dr. Brett Feldman speak about Street Medicine and his work in taking care of the homeless, here is an opportunity to share your thoughts, ideas, and solutions on how we may take action to better bring medical aid to the homeless. The following is a checklist to help you create a PowerPoint presentation. Consider it as a rubric for what you should include in your presentation. Each criteria is attached to the number of hours that you may earn. 




  • STATE the issue; Show that you have become more aware of the issue. [½ hour]

  • LIST possible solutions; Think of a solution(s) to combat that issue. [1 hour]

  • OUTLINE the steps needed for action; How can we act on the solution? [2 hours]

  • PRESENT your thoughts; Share with the Club MD members and/or other students in your class. [1 hour]

  • FACILITATE/LEAD a discussion; How may our actions assist and change the community? [½ hour]


Notify Nare Karapetyan (Club MD President) or Mrs. Dypiangco (Magnet Coordinator and sponsor of Club MD) if you plan on doing the project and completing community service hours. 


UCLA Allied Health Virtual Camp

UCLA Allied Health Virtual Camp

Description: Thank you for signing up for our first ever UCLA Community Engagement Allied Health Virtual Camp. In this two day event, we will have over 20 allied ...more

USC Young Researchers Program (YRP)

Are you a Junior who is interested in science or engineering?

Need help with your college applications?

Apply to the USC Young Researchers Program and conduct ...more

The Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Opportunity Scholars Public Health Academy Program

Attention Bravo Juniors and Sophomores interested in Public Health

The Charles R. Drew ...more


  • The application portal will open on February 19, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
  • The portal will close when 400 applications have been received

UCLA Participate and Volunteer Programs


Opportunities to engage with our communities are available to everyone, including students. The resources on this page will help you to find opportunities that are right for you, whether it is volunteering in one of our community programs or participating in community-engaged research.

Volunteer Opportunities for Outreach

Some of these programs have age requirements (18 & over), for opportunities for students 18 & under please click here for the link to UCLA Volunteer Programs.

LA tech talent pipeline


The Bixel Exchange is an internship program that connects underrepresented young Angelenos to stable and lucrative careers in the rapidly growing L.A. tech industry. See the link for more information for this paid opportunity!



Eve And Gene Black Summer Medical Career Program - Los Angeles Pediatric Society (LAPS)

This program is best described as a medical mentor program. Under ...more

Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science - MedSimulations

Interested in hands-on medical experiences? See Mrs. Montes in Room 100 for more info. We are looking for 5 interested students:

CDU ...more

Turner-UCLA Allied Health Summer Internship


Applications for Summer 2021 have not yet opened. Check the website for more info:

Interested in a non-doctor related health career? Want to become eligible for a scholarship to pursue a career in the short-term allied training program? You might be able to have an in-demand career in under a year. Apply to the this Summer Internship:

The Allied Health Internship provides opportunities for high school students and recent graduates in finding out more about careers in the entry-level, allied health professions. address workforce shortages and offers career education for students from under-resourced communities who express interest in learning about health care career opportunities. For our students interested in pursuing careers in healthcare, we offer a range of shadowing opportunities from entry-level, clinical and administrative positions. We want to highlight rewarding careers in healthcare that do not require traditional four-year college education or medical school. Our goal is to expose students to the many opportunities in healthcare, with hopes that students will be inspired to pursue some of our scholarship opportunities for the short-term allied health training professions.  



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


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



The overall goal of the Samuels Family LA-HIP is to provide Latino and African-American public high school students that have a genuine interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) with the opportunity to learn hands-on laboratory-based research and to support them in their quest to become scientists or physician scientists.

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




We run an intensive summer program, which connects deserving LA County public high school juniors and seniors with the chance to work in dynamic career areas through paid internships of four or more weeks during their summer break. Students have worked in fields like Arts, Media & Entertainment, Engineering & Tech, Business, Government/Non-Profit/Philanthropy, and Healthcare & Medical Technology. This program is now open by application January. Deadline is March 1, 2020.




Junior Health Scholar Overview

Observe how the care delivery and administrative teams work together to deliver excellent care and explore whether a career in health care is right for you.

The Junior Health Scholar program allows high school students between the ages of 16-18 to shadow a current Health Scholar and observe how the patient care and administrative teams work together to deliver excellent care and to explore whether a career in health care is right for you. Most individuals complete the program in nine (9) months with a commitment of one 4-hour shift per week. For those looking to complete the program faster, we offer a 3-month option where you will receive priority shift selection.




Experience Your Future in Medicine


Future doctors and health care practitioners will enjoy an extraordinary opportunity to discover their passions through hands-on medical experience at NYLF Medicine. Over nine amazing days on the campus location of your choice, you will experience the collegiate lifestyle firsthand, learn from doctors, participate in an interactive curriculum led by advisors, visit a top medical school, test your medical knowledge during clinical skills rotations, and explore professional opportunities in the ever-expanding fields of medicine and health care among fellow high school students.


Fore more information see the website: 




Are you planning to become a medical doctor? This program will help you explore future career options:


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. The cost is $1,000. 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




Interested in a program that deepens your knowledge and allows you to explore areas of science, health education, and provide guidance toward toward health careers? Apply here:


Saturday Science Academy II exposes Pre-k through 12th grade students to fun and engaging science material in an effort to motivate them to move into health care fields after graduating high school. The program deepens and sustains student interest in science, health education and establishes a pathway through college and into health professions. Students are introduced to various concepts in human anatomy and physiology, math, biomedical engineering, physical science, plant life and marine biology, each in an 8-week academically rich learning intense program phase. Each phase is designed to introduce students to broad and in-depth subject area content thereby increasing their knowledge. Within this programmatic framework, complimentary program activities are employed to maximize student learning outcomes and engage parents/caregivers.


To apply:

There is also an opportunity to volunteer as a TA. Our volunteer teachers and teachers assistants are key to ensuring the success of SSA II. As a teacher or teachers Assistant you will help to:

• Expand educational opportunity for students enrolled in under-performing schools in Los Angeles, giving students of color the opportunity to reach their full potential

• Improve student outcomes including interest in STEM and careers in health professions careers, high school graduation, college enrollment, college graduation, and participation in the workforce

• Provide the inspiration and experiences that will form a foundation for youth to succeed as accomplished scientists and health professional leaders
Click her to apply to volunteer

CDU - Opportunity Scholars Public Health Academy (PHA)



Interested in Public Health Professions and Advocacy? This program offers a $1,000 stipend upon completion:

Opportunity Scholars Public Health Academy (PHA) is an enrichment program in which High School Students interested in improving community health through public health professions develop skills to prepare them for higher education and build networks within health professions. 10th-12th grade students accepted into this program participate in educationally enriching experiences that includes a paid 4-week summer program, internship, mentorship, tutoring, mental health course curriculum, SAT Preparation and college preparation courses.

To apply:





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.

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White Memorial - Volunteer & Workforce Development

As a Volunteer, you'll work with our hospital staff to provide quality care to patients and assist in meeting the needs of our patients and their families and visitors.

Requirements for Volunteering at White Memorial:

  1. You must be at least 14.5 years of age (prospective volunteers will be placed in an administrative office).
  2. You must have updated Immunization record.
  3. References (2 professional references for adults; 1 school reference for teenagers).
  4. Agree to report ON TIME regularly in full uniform with I.D. badge and be in compliance with the dress code when you arrive at your assigned area.
  5. Background checks will be conducted if the participant is over 18 years old and wants to volunteer in any of the following areas: Pediatric Playroom, Labor & Delivery, Maternity, Rehab, and Emergency Department.

The Benefits of Volunteering:

  1. Personal satisfaction in helping others.
  2. Opportunity to gain experience within the healthcare field.
  3. Certificate of Service after 100 hours of volunteering.
  4. $5 complimentary meal ticket when you volunteer for 4 or more hours in 1 day.
  5. Free TB skin test and MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination.
  6. Opportunity to participate in White Memorial employee activities such as the annual picnic, ice cream socials and holiday parties.
  7. Complimentary parking.

For more information about volunteering at White Memorial, please click here.



2021 Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement


Interested in majoring in media communications and journalism?

The Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement is a four-week summer intensive academy for 26 talented high school students from the communities surrounding the USC University Park and Health Science Campuses. Students are exposed to the equivalent of first-year college-level courses and develop a rich conceptual understanding and practice of the necessary role that media communications and journalism play in fashioning civic-minded thought leaders and innovators.


AYA strengthens students’ skills in writing, critical thought, public speech and debate, multimedia production, interviewing and ethnography — all essential competencies required for excellence in and out of the classroom in the 21st century. The students are introduced to USC Annenberg’s undergraduate programs and services, as well as possible careers in media and journalism. They have opportunities to meet the school's innovative scholars who are advancing issues of race, gender, and ethnicity in communication and journalism communities of practice.


Program Dates: Wednesday June 16 - Wednesday July 7th 
Program Time: 12:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. via Zoom


AYA 2021 includes:

  • AYA swag
  • 2 periods per day (each day we will cover a different topic)
  • College advising and college essay preparation from the USC College Advising Corps
  • Ability to meet new peers and engage with our faculty, students and staff
  • Participate directly from your home
  • Free of cost for the 28 students selected to participate

As you prepare to apply, read about a LAUSD Highschool student’s experience at AYA.


The AYA 2021 application has opened. Click the button below to apply. Apply for AYA 2021


CA SCIENCE CENTER - Community Teen Programs


The CA Science Center remains temporarily closed. Check back for updates.

Looking to strengthen your leadership, communication, and love of science?

In partnership with local schools and community-based organizations, the California Science Center has developed science-enrichment and workforce preparedness programs for teens. 

Goals of these paid intern programs include:

  • Fostering self-esteem
  • Making science learning relevant to the interns’ lives
  • Using informal science education as a vehicle to build skills for academic achievement in all disciplines
  • Preparing students for the workforce and college by focusing on communication and leadership skills
  • Stimulating lifelong learning

Community Teen Intern Program

  • Interns in grades 10 through 12 work alongside California Science Center staff to inspire science learning in everyone. Their work may entail working with California Science Center guests, community partners, and other groups of learners. Primary responsibility is to deliver and engage in science activities. Other responsibilities may include supervising children, public speaking, and mentoring other students. All teen interns will learn job-related skills as well as life skills.


  • School Year Program: Must be a currently enrolled high school student in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade with a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Summer Program: Must be a currently enrolled high school student in 10th or 11th grade with a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Ability to obtain a valid work permit.
  • Returning applicants (interns) who were previously employed by the California Science Center Foundation are encouraged to apply
  • Applicants who reside within a one (1) mile radius of the California Science Center are encouraged to apply
  • Ability to follow directions and be a team player
  • Positive, enthusiastic attitude and strong work ethic
  • Eagerness to learn, help others learn, and willing to contribute creative ideas


If you are between the ages of 16 and 24, you have a lot to offer a business when you know what employers expect.  Go to our Workshop and learn what employers want, then attend a practice interview with professional mentors who will share their tips and wisdom.  When you're ready, earn The Certificate, which local businesses see as a respected badge that you are prepared for their job or paid internship. 


Success begins with preparation.  Looking for a job can be stressful, especially when it's your first try.  Employers know what they are looking for in a job candidate, and Human Resource professionals, the people who set hiring standards, told us what successful applicants need to know.  That's why employers trust applicants with our Work Readiness Certificate, because they know that you've learned what it takes to do well in their workplace.  


L.A. Youth at Work is respected by over 150 companies, who appreciate the quality of our candidates.  Preparing yourself by earning the Certificate reduces your stress and leads to success with a job or paid internship, so get started now.

HIRE LA’s Youth


Applications will be open in the Spring: 

HIRE LA’s Youth will help you prepare for a summer or year round job.  We will help you write your resume, practice interviews and learn how to manage the money you will be earning.  Out of school?  No problem.

We will help you get back on track and on your way to a career.  Applications often exceed jobs available.



Looking for a job right now? Apply here:

  • 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.



Are you 14 & older and looking for a job? Check out the LA County Youth Bridges Program:

Program Overview

The Countywide Youth Bridges Program (CYBP) provides at-risk and disconnected youth with career exposure opportunities within the County of Los Angeles, and provides them with resources such as supportive services and personal enrichment training that will help prepare them for future success. More importantly, the CYBP will ultimately introduce youth to various career pathways within the  public sector.


CYBP provides meaningful career exposure within the County by offering a three-step program.

Step 1 Youth@Work Internship Benefits

  • Receive up to 120 hours of paid work experience at the rate of $13.25/hour
  • Opportunity to work in a diverse County department
  • Potential long-term employment options

Step 2 Youth Worker Training Benefits - (eligible after completing Step 1 above)

Youth who participate in the training program will receive the following benefits:

  • Competitive salary during the internship
  • Medical and dental benefits
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Technical job training and guidance on workplace behavior, competencies, individual responsibilities, and development of occupational skill sets.

Step 3: Upon successful completion of their training, Youth Worker will be eligible to compete for permanent County positions.


To be eligible for Step 1:

  • You must be a resident of LA County
  • You must be 14-24 years of age
  • You must have the right to work in the US

How to Apply

To apply for the Youth Worker Training Program, simply create a Profile on the Los Angeles County online Job Application system by clicking here. You can search for open positions available through the program and submit an application for those you are interested in. 


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