Personal Information

You must provide at least one type of phone number.
I do not want to receive communication via text messaging.

Emergency Contact

You must provide at least one type of phone number.

Reference Checks

Please provide the name and e-mail of three people who you have known for a period greater than 1 year, who is not a family member and could provide a reference. Please note fields highlighted in yellow are mandatory and must be completed.
High school students must provide at least one reference from a teacher.
Reference Check 1
Reference Check 2
Reference Check 3



About You

Please indicate the periods which you are available:
Choose the best answer(s) that suit your particular interest or outlook, choose all the apply;
I enjoy working with:
My personality is:
When working on a task I prefer:
I like to:

High School applications for the Fredericton Area are only accepted once per year between April 1st and May 1st.

Please indicate the facility where you would prefer to perform your volunteer activities/programs:
Frederiction Area:
Miramichi Area (Preferred Worksite)
Moncton Area (Preferred Worksite)
Saint John Area (Preferred Worksite)
Upper River Valley (Preferred Worksite)

Program Selection

Below is a selection of programs available for volunteering in the area you chose. Please note program availability varies, which will be further discussed during the interview process.
Attending church services can provide peace and comfort. Volunteers assist the patients to and from the chapel for services.
A hot cup of coffee served with a smile, is enjoyed by staff and visitors. Auxiliary operated Coffee Shops raise funds for needed equipment and patient comfort.
Our tiniest patients love extra TLC. Volunteers provide extra cuddles to babies and support families.
Your presence can make a difference. Volunteers visit patients who are lonely or from out of town.
Funds from retail therapy contribute to required state of the art equipment and comfort items for our patients. Help out in the Auxiliary operated Gift Shops by assisting patients/families pick out that perfect gift for a new born baby or choosing the right get well card that will bring a smile.
A friendly visit with patients offering a warm blanket, bedtime snack, game of cards, reading a book, conversation, or helping settle in for a good night's rest.
Greeters are the go to people and often the first face you will meet when coming to our facility. They welcome and help patients find their way through our facilities, deliver cards and flowers, and help with discharges. If you like to stay active, this programs for you.
Receiving treatment, having surgery or waiting for loved-ones, can be hard. Host volunteers provide support to patients and families in our clinics and waiting rooms, and act as a connection between patients, families and staff.
Reading helps pass the time while in the hospital. Volunteers provide a convenient free mobile book service to patients and families.
A warm cup of coffee, a chat and a smile provide comfort and help pass the time for patients and families waiting for treatment.
Being there. Palliative care volunteers provide an atmosphere of caring and support to end of life patients and their families.
PEAs volunteer with our committees and working groups, in partnership with healthcare professionals. They bring the voice of the patient/family and contribute to quality improvement and safe healthcare for everyone. To be considered as a PEA, you or a family member must have had a healthcare related experience in New Brunswick within the last 3 years. Please provide additional information in the Patient Experience Advisor section below.
Four-legged volunteers bring joy and comfort with a wag of a tail to our patients and staff. All dogs and handlers must be members of an accredited pet therapy program recognized by Horizon
Have a green thumb? Volunteers help keep the patient gardens beautiful for their pleasure.
Who doesnt like to play games? Bowling, bingo, and card games are just some of activities you can assist with to help make our patients day more enjoyable.
Volunteers enhance services in therapeutic departments by assisting professional staff in preparing materials and engaging in activities.

Patient Experience Advisor

As a potential patient experience advisor, your experience is as a:
Please check off the following healthcare areas where you have had experience AND interest:


I hereby certify that the facts set forth in this application are true and complete. I hereby authorize Volunteer Resources to contact my present or previous employer and/or references as indicated on this application.