Nursing Volunteers


No matter what your specialty or how much time you have available, we have a program to serve your interest. When you volunteer your time and talents to the Red Cross, the benefits are many, including:

  • Career development
  • Personal growth
  • Training opportunities
  • International volunteer opportunities
  • Meet licensure requirement
  • Leadership development
  • Networking opportunities
  • You are part of a team working to make the community a safer place by teaching lifesaving skills · You help people learn skills which they can use in their everyday life


Educational and Instructional Programs

Become a Red Cross volunteer instructor in one or more of the following courses and help people throughout the community prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies: · First Aid · CPR · Medications Administration · Nurse Assistant Training · Babysitter’s Training · Community Disaster Education · Safety for Seniors presentations Also, we may work with qualified nursing students to develop independent study projects.

Disaster Health Services

When disaster strikes, volunteer disaster nurses are needed to meet emergency health needs of disaster victims. Disaster nurses provide these services in a variety of setting including: · Home or hospital visits · On site at disasters · In shelters · At service centers

Program Development

The Red Cross also provides opportunities to serve on our nursing and health team to develop new and innovative programs, as well as to monitor and expand the availability of a variety of Red Cross services in your community. You will receive an American Red Cross nursing pin to proudly acknowledge your involvement.

Complete our short volunteer inquiry form or call the Office of Volunteers at 410-624-2023 for more information on becoming a Red Cross volunteer

Yes, I want to become a volunteer!