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Volunteer Navigators

Volunteering is a rich, rewarding opportunity and we are always looking to expand our group of talented navigators. Volunteer Navigators are the heart of Stanford Cancer Navigation Services, serving as ambassadors for the Stanford Cancer Center.  They work directly with patients to provide them with the highest quality hospitality and service.   

The responsibilities of a volunteer navigator are to:

To join our team, interested persons:

Also, as going through cancer treatment can be an emotional process, we do require that volunteers be at least one year out of cancer treatment (either their own or a loved one's) prior to participating in the program. 

For more information on volunteering at the Stanford Cancer Center, please visit our Volunteer Resources Department and sign up for an orientation.

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