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Volunteer Program

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Villa Maria’s Volunteer Program offers students of all ages the opportunity to gain experience in the heath care field by volunteering their time and talent.

Whether visiting with residents or assisting with an activity, volunteers can gain the experience they need to help with important career decisions and open the door of opportunity.

Great Explorations!

Villa Maria student volunteers will have the opportunity to discover jobs available in the health care field while gaining valuable work experience.

Learn from healthcare professionals
Explore challenging careers
Add relevant experience to your resume
Receive experience for your resume
Nurture and develop leadership skills

Good Vibrations!

Villa Maria’s student volunteers receive the satisfaction of knowing they are helping people who really need them.

Providing companionship
Assisting with activities
Escorting residents to activity programs
Developing new friendships

Volunteer Activities

  • Work side by side with Villa staff who are eager to share with and learn from volunteers
  • Learn about the therapeutic value of reminiscence and life review
  • Get involved in daily interactions between residents and the children in our onsite childcare center
  • Become a companion
  • Assist with our ongoing activity program such as:
         Exercise groups- Bowling, chair volleyball, mini-golf, and trivia
         Game groups - Bingo, cards, board games, and trivia
         Baking groups
         Child daycare activities
         One to one visits

For more information contact:

Vickie Ness
Villa Maria
3102 South University Drive
Fargo, ND 58103

Phone: (701) 293-7750
Fax: (701) 293-5845



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Mail or Fax Application to:
Villa Maria
3102 South University Dr.
Fargo, ND 58103
Fax: 701-293-5845

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