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What is _____?: 

What is Healthcare?

Volunteers serve in a variety of locations and positions with local health programs.


These are our current partner programs:

-Utah Valley Hospital

  • Volunteer in various fields of the hospital
  • Gain firsthand healthcare exposure and direct interaction with patients, nurses, and doctors


-Meals on Wheels

  • National program where volunteers deliver lunches to homebound patients
  • Volunteer is given a list of houses to visit



-Utah State Hospital (across from Seven Peaks in South Provo)

  • Looking for mentors for pediatric residents of the hospital


-2 ft. Prosthetics

  • On-campus club that develops prosthetics for third-world countries
  • Volunteers help with design, testing, fundraising, and other activities
  • No experience or training required


-The Peaks Care and Rehab

  • Short term rehab facility with volunteer opportunities in facilitating activities, visiting patients, shadowing CNAs and RNs, internships, secretarial positions



Program Directors: 

Program Directors

Jesse Grossman

Executive Director

(951) 833-8676

Tues. 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 


Tate Thompson

(785) 323-7365

Thurs. 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


Andrew Croft

(602) 451-8823

Tues. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Active Semesters

Fall   Winter  Summer


Time Commitment 



How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?

Please come in during one of our office hours (found on the right) so we can give you more information!


Please complete this mandatory 20 minute child protection training before you begin working with this program. 


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I think the most powerful experience I had was working on our procedure doll project. My little brother spent a lot of time in the hospital when he was younger, and his procedure dolls helped him a lot. I loved knowing that by working on this project I would be able to help kids just like my little brother!

-Gavin Bennett 


I had the opportunity over the past few months to mentor a kid at the Utah State Hospital. One of our most memorable experiences was preparing for his dance recital. I got to watch him dance and practice and show off his "moves" for me. The bond we have formed has been special in such a short period of time.

-Rand Clapp