Welcome to the Mayo Clinic Volunteer Programs page. Volunteers play a key role in making a difference for Mayo Clinic patients and visitors. Mayo Clinic volunteers provide patients and visitors with hospitality, services and amenities that would otherwise not be available. Follow this page to stay up-to-date on information and happenings pertaining to Mayo Clinic Volunteer Programs, as well as information that may be valuable when fulfilling your volunteer shifts.
The Volunteer Handbook contains Mayo Clinic Volunteer Programs policies and procedures.
Use VicNet to access your schedule online and update your contact information. To sign into VicNet, your login name is typically your email address and your password is the 5-digit code you use to clock in and out of your shift on the touch screens.
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Curious to see the various volunteer service areas? Review our service brochure.
MCVP volunteers are eligible to receive volunteer hours when registering to donate whole blood, double red cells, platelets and plasma at Mayo Clinic Blood Donor Center. To receive service time for your donation, please complete this form, have it signed by the Blood Donor Program staff and then return this form to any of the Mayo Clinic Volunteer Programs’ volunteer offices.
Know someone who may want to join the volunteer program? Refer them to our online application to start the onboarding process.
Our 2019 Mayo Clinic Volunteer Programs Annual Report captures the many ways volunteers impact the patient experience and contribute to Mayo Clinic's mission "the needs of the patient come first."
Volunteers who achieve 50 service hours and maintain an active status are eligible to become a member at Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center. See your campus manager if you are interested in joining the DAHLC. You will be provided a form to take to the DAHLC to become a member.