Volunteer Opportunities at Mass. Eye and Ear
Thank you for your interest in volunteering and helping to make a difference at Mass. Eye and Ear.
Our volunteers play an important role as members of the Mass. Eye and Ear community. They provide the extra support that can help make the patient experience easier. Volunteers work in a variety of areas including:
- Front Desk
- Surgical Center
- Chart Room
- Family Waiting Room
- Adult In-patient and Pediatric Units
The Volunteer Services Department works to match interested volunteers with appropriate and compatible assignments. Volunteering has its own special rewards and we are confident that you will gain a sense of satisfaction and a feeling of accomplishment. We invite you to join our volunteer community.
Who can volunteer?
Mass. Eye and Ear welcomes volunteers including students, homemakers, retirees and working professionals with full- and part-time jobs. Our volunteer program runs seven days a week, days and evenings. You can select the time and day that works best for you. We seek individuals who are 16 years of age and older and who can give at least three consecutive hours of service one day a week for a minimum of four months. The number of hours served weekly changes depending on the volunteer role or program.
Where can you volunteer?
There are several ways to volunteer, both at the Main Campus at 243 Charles Street and our location at 800 Huntington Avenue. In each setting, volunteers have the option of a variety of assignments. We do our best to match your unique interests, skills and talents to a compatible volunteer assignment so that you will have an enjoyable and rewarding volunteer experience.
How to begin:
If you are interested, please fill out our application and mail or email it to Milton Calderon. You will be contacted for an in-person interview shortly after we receive your application. Completion of this application does not guarantee you a volunteer position.
Milton S. Calderon