How You Can Help
Volunteers are often called the heart of MD Anderson. Like others who donate their time and energy to help eliminate cancer, teen volunteers comprise an important part of the heart. Teens work alongside faculty and staff, bonding with peers and creating a youthful, rejuvenating atmosphere. At MD Anderson, teens work hard, but still have fun! As the new generation, teens work to make cancer history for the future.
Teen volunteer opportunities cover the spectrum — from direct patient contact (through traditional services such as inpatient floor host assistants) to work requiring special skills (such as the concierge desk and piano playing). Our teen volunteers sacrifice a lot of time for the institution. Teens can volunteer in the summer daytime, weekend year-round or evening year-round programs. Please note that there are limited teen positions available.
Become a Teen Volunteer
Interested in becoming an MD Anderson Teen volunteer?
- Additional information about the Year-Round Teen Program can be found in the Teen Volunteer Process.
- Teens who are interested in more information about volunteering at MD Anderson, call 713-792-JOIN (5646) or continue exploring our website.