Volunteer Opportunities

JustServe

JustServe
JustServe.org is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community. JustServe provides opportunities to relieve suffering, care for the poor and needy, and enhance the quality of life in the community. JustServe is not for proselytizing or publicity—it is simply a service to help link community volunteer needs with volunteers.
JustServe.org is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community. JustServe provides opportunities to relieve suffering, care for the poor and needy, and enhance the quality of life in the community. JustServe is not for proselytizing or publicity—it is simply a service to help link community volunteer needs with volunteers.
Published on 5/12/2017 7:00 AM   See More

Global Health Advocacy Intern at Fund for Global Health

Global Health Advocacy Intern at Fund for Global Health

Join a core team which is recruiting and training student interns and citizen volunteers whose Members of Congress are on the subcommittees of Appropriations that fund foreign aid.  The constituents you recruit will urge these key Members of Congress to increase U.S. funding levels for programs addressing maternal and child health, immunization and tuberculosis.

We are seeking interns or volunteers, to work 10-15 hours per week for a minimum of 4 months.  You will participate in usually one weekly meeting with Seattle staff, in person or via Skype, as well as one-on-one coaching with staff at other times.

For more information on the internship and how to apply, click here.

Join a core team which is recruiting and training student interns and citizen volunteers whose Members of Congress are on the subcommittees of Appropriations that fund foreign aid.  The constituents you recruit will urge these key Members of Congress to increase U.S. funding levels for programs addressing maternal and child health, immunization and tuberculosis.

We are seeking interns or volunteers, to work 10-15 hours per week for a minimum of 4 months.  You will participate in usually one weekly meeting with Seattle staff, in person or via Skype, as well as one-on-one coaching with staff at other times.

For more information on the internship and how to apply, click here.

Published on 3/16/2017 9:00 AM   See More

HELPING SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RAPE

HELPING SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RAPE
The Center for Women and Children in Crisis is holding a training for new volunteers to be on our rape crisis team and at our women and children's shelter. The link below states the dates/time of the training and additional information/requirements about being on the team

Click Here
The Center for Women and Children in Crisis is holding a training for new volunteers to be on our rape crisis team and at our women and children's shelter. The link below states the dates/time of the training and additional information/requirements about being on the team

Click Here
Published on 1/17/2017 12:00 PM   See More

SelectHealth Volunteer Experience

SelectHealth Volunteer Experience
SelectHealth is looking for students in the health promotion/public health fields to conduct blood pressure and body fat screenings at a community event on February 4th. Experience conducting these screenings is not a requirement. We will provide a training an hour before the event starts. This opportunity will provide students a chance to experience what a future internship with SelectHealth entails. This is also a great networking opportunity with SelectHealth and Intermountain health professionals. More information can be found below:

Date: Saturday February 4, 2017
Time: 8:00 A.M. training, event from 9-1 pm
Location: Intermountain Medical Center—5121 South Cottonwood Street, Murray, UT 84107
If you are interested please email Maddie Milligan at madison.milligan@selecthealth.org
Please respond by Jan 23, 2017.
Students will be chosen on a first come basis.
Please provide the following information in your email • School you attend • Year in program • Email • Phone number • Shirt Size
SelectHealth is looking for students in the health promotion/public health fields to conduct blood pressure and body fat screenings at a community event on February 4th. Experience conducting these screenings is not a requirement. We will provide a training an hour before the event starts. This opportunity will provide students a chance to experience what a future internship with SelectHealth entails. This is also a great networking opportunity with SelectHealth and Intermountain health professionals. More information can be found below:

Date: Saturday February 4, 2017
Time: 8:00 A.M. training, event from 9-1 pm
Location: Intermountain Medical Center—5121 South Cottonwood Street, Murray, UT 84107
If you are interested please email Maddie Milligan at madison.milligan@selecthealth.org
Please respond by Jan 23, 2017.
Students will be chosen on a first come basis.
Please provide the following information in your email • School you attend • Year in program • Email • Phone number • Shirt Size
Published on 1/17/2017 12:01 AM   See More

Front Desk

 Front Desk

Timpanogos Regional Hospital is looking for volunteer staff to sit at the front desk and direct visitors. Interested parties can apply at http://timpanogosregionalhospital.com/careers/volunteer-with-us.dot

Timpanogos Regional Hospital is looking for volunteer staff to sit at the front desk and direct visitors. Interested parties can apply at http://timpanogosregionalhospital.com/careers/volunteer-with-us.dot

Published on 6/22/2016 1:00 AM   See More

Refugee Action Network

Refugee Action Network Published on 6/16/2016 11:00 AM   See More

Komen Utah Race for the Cure®

Komen Utah Race for the Cure®
Public health outreach is an integral part of the event and we are looking for public health students to gain experience and participate in the I AM KOMEN program at the Race for the Cure. The I AM KOMEN program is mission focused to motivate people to take action steps to reduce their risk of breast cancer. Students will volunteer as Rovers, who will work in pairs to share the program’s messages of proactive breast health and encourage participants to join the Komen community in the fight against breast cancer. More information may be found here
Public health outreach is an integral part of the event and we are looking for public health students to gain experience and participate in the I AM KOMEN program at the Race for the Cure. The I AM KOMEN program is mission focused to motivate people to take action steps to reduce their risk of breast cancer. Students will volunteer as Rovers, who will work in pairs to share the program’s messages of proactive breast health and encourage participants to join the Komen community in the fight against breast cancer. More information may be found here
Published on 4/6/2016 1:00 PM   See More

Running with Angels 5K

Running with Angels 5K
The Running with Angels 5k will be taking place in the beautiful gardens of Thanksgiving Point on Saturday, May 21st.
We are looking for volunteers to help. For more details, click 
here
The Running with Angels 5k will be taking place in the beautiful gardens of Thanksgiving Point on Saturday, May 21st.
We are looking for volunteers to help. For more details, click 
here
Published on 4/6/2016 11:00 AM   See More

Friends For Sight

Friends For Sight

Help Friends for Sight perform vision screenings in Utah and/or Salt Lake County and promote vision safety and eye health! Our screenings truly bring awareness of vision problems to many people who would have no idea that their eyes were struggling! To volunteer, we ask that you attend a volunteer training on BYU Campus or in our office in Salt Lake and commit to at least 20 hours of service in one year. 

To sign up, please contact Cassandra at program@friendsforsight.org.


Friends for Sight is looking for an intern for the upcoming semester! This is a great opportunity for public health students to gain experience with an established nonprofit and gain skills they are seeking to have as they graduate the program. 

Friends for Sight provides vision screenings and education for all ages, with an emphasis on preventing blindness in children by screening early to correct potential issues. In the last year, Friends for Sight screened over 41,000 children and 5,000 adults for vision issues. Screenings take place throughout the state of Utah and interns would play a great part in expanding the reach of Friends for Sight. These screenings can truly change the course of someone's life by preventing long-term vision issues.

Working directly with the Executive Director and other staff, students can gain great work experience in the nonprofit sector while gaining skills that will put them above other applicants once looking for jobs. Applicants must have a reliable form of transportation and be willing to help with screenings in Utah and Salt Lake Counties.

Interested students can reach out to Cassandra Fullmer at program@friendsforsight.org. More information about Friends for Sight can be found at friendsforsight.org.

Help Friends for Sight perform vision screenings in Utah and/or Salt Lake County and promote vision safety and eye health! Our screenings truly bring awareness of vision problems to many people who would have no idea that their eyes were struggling! To volunteer, we ask that you attend a volunteer training on BYU Campus or in our office in Salt Lake and commit to at least 20 hours of service in one year. 

To sign up, please contact Cassandra at program@friendsforsight.org.


Friends for Sight is looking for an intern for the upcoming semester! This is a great opportunity for public health students to gain experience with an established nonprofit and gain skills they are seeking to have as they graduate the program. 

Friends for Sight provides vision screenings and education for all ages, with an emphasis on preventing blindness in children by screening early to correct potential issues. In the last year, Friends for Sight screened over 41,000 children and 5,000 adults for vision issues. Screenings take place throughout the state of Utah and interns would play a great part in expanding the reach of Friends for Sight. These screenings can truly change the course of someone's life by preventing long-term vision issues.

Working directly with the Executive Director and other staff, students can gain great work experience in the nonprofit sector while gaining skills that will put them above other applicants once looking for jobs. Applicants must have a reliable form of transportation and be willing to help with screenings in Utah and Salt Lake Counties.

Interested students can reach out to Cassandra Fullmer at program@friendsforsight.org. More information about Friends for Sight can be found at friendsforsight.org.

Published on 2/23/2016 2:00 PM   See More

BYU Counseling & Psychological Services

BYU Counseling & Psychological Services

The BYU Counseling & Psychological Services Student Outreach Council is seeking new members!


As the CAPS Student Outreach Council, we seek to:

EDUCATE students on a variety of mental health issues and on the resources available

EMPOWER students to recognize issues and refer those in need to proper resources


ENCOURAGE students to lead a healthy lifestyle with an emphasis on mental health

We are a student volunteer group with faculty advisers who are full-time psychologists at CAPS. Our group works with them on a variety of projects to promote mental health awareness and general outreach. It is a great way to make a difference on campus while learning about the current issues surrounding mental health and associating with practicing psychologists.

We meet Thursdays at 11am in room 1510 of CAPS in the basement of the Wilkinson Center. Time commitment is usually 2-3 hours a week, the majority of the time consisting of participating in meetings, presentations, projects, or events we plan.



If you’re interested in joining, please download and fill out this Application

The BYU Counseling & Psychological Services Student Outreach Council is seeking new members!


As the CAPS Student Outreach Council, we seek to:

EDUCATE students on a variety of mental health issues and on the resources available

EMPOWER students to recognize issues and refer those in need to proper resources


ENCOURAGE students to lead a healthy lifestyle with an emphasis on mental health

We are a student volunteer group with faculty advisers who are full-time psychologists at CAPS. Our group works with them on a variety of projects to promote mental health awareness and general outreach. It is a great way to make a difference on campus while learning about the current issues surrounding mental health and associating with practicing psychologists.

We meet Thursdays at 11am in room 1510 of CAPS in the basement of the Wilkinson Center. Time commitment is usually 2-3 hours a week, the majority of the time consisting of participating in meetings, presentations, projects, or events we plan.



If you’re interested in joining, please download and fill out this Application

Published on 1/13/2016 1:00 PM   See More
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