We use Signup Genius to allow students to sign up for available volunteer spots, accessible via the links below. Please pay attention to whether you are signing up for a basic science student or clinical student spot! We keep them separate to ensure that each room has one clinical student with clerkship experience.
Fall 2017 Sign Up for HOMES, Street Outreach, and Project C.U.R.E.
Basic Science Students
**Due to high demand, we are limiting the sign up maximum to 2 times per sign up cycle (There are 3 cycles per year). This allows you to still receive any credit for your respective school, but allows other students the opportunity to volunteer who have not been able to before. Please keep this in mind when signing up for volunteer dates. Thank you!**
Before starting manager training, we require you to have worked at least three HOMES Clinic shifts. To become a manager, you must complete three manager-in-training sessions within approximately two months. After you have scheduled your manager-in-training shifts, please notify the associate directors of managers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interested in global health, biomedical engineering, or fun volunteering? Project C.U.R.E. is a global medical humanitarian relief organization that collects and distributes donated medical supplies/equipment to hospitals and clinics in over 130 countries! Volunteers in the Houston warehouse will sort and pack medical supplies, evaluate donated equipment, and help load cargo containers full of life saving supplies. Registration instructions will be available soon through HOMES Clinic communication. Register and sign up for the 9:30 AM - 2 PM Saturday shifts by following the link above, clicking “Register as a volunteer,” and following the instructions. Leadership and special project opportunities are available. Questions? Contact Alyssa Thomason at email@example.com.
Questions & Feedback:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
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