Apply to Volunteer at UPMC Presbyterian or UPMC Montefiore

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at UPMC Presbyterian and UPMC Montefiore.

If you're at least 18 years old and meet all other volunteer requirements, follow the steps to apply below.

Application Dates

Session When to Apply
Spring (runs January through April) December through January
Summer (runs May through August) April through May
Fall (runs September through December) August through September

*We can review and process applications any time for prospects (non-college students) that already have a volunteer assignment (NODA, Pet Therapy, etc.).

Apply Now to Volunteer at UPMC Presbyterian/Montefiore

  1. Complete the volunteer application form.
    *Be sure to select Presbyterian/Montefiore to ensure our volunteer office receives your application.
  2. Once we review and accept your application, we'll invite you to orientation where we'll discuss hospital policies and volunteer requirements.
  3. For orientation, you will need to bring a valid Photo ID and any required paperwork your Volunteer Coordinator sent to you including:

If you have any questions, contact our office at 412-648-6105 or

"Volunteering at Presby has given me more opportunities than I could have ever imagined and being able to help my community even in the slightest way is so rewarding"

- MacKenzie Osborn
Anesthesia Workroom, Clerical and Global Links Volunteer

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