Non-Medical Volunteers at Hope Clinic

Non-medical volunteers

Non-medical volunteers help provide care and perform administrative functions. Our clinic evaluation programs are ongoing and non-medical volunteers are always needed to help us assess how well we are delivering on our health care objectives. We can also help students design internships through their volunteer experience.


Specific work might involve greeting patients, assisting with patient forms, calling patients to remind them about their appointments, and helping with medical translations (following some in-service training.) Are you an experienced grant writer? All grant writing and fundraising is performed by volunteers with the assistance of our engaged board members, and we could definitely use your help! 

Keep in mind that most available positions do not offer shifts outside of clinic hours.

Check out the list below for a more detailed list of possible volunteer tasks:

  • Intake and front desk responsibilities 

  • Spanish medical interpreting

  • Outreach events

  • Data research, including entry, analysis, and generating reports

  • Media assistance, web design, creating fliers, etc.

  • Programming and event preparation, which often includes working with children

Prior to orientation, we require the following documents:

  • Immunization records, including a flu shot and a PPD (Mantoux test)

  • *Application, including two references

  • *BCI

  • Resume

  • *Confidentiality Agreement

  • Written recommendation (only required for high schoolers)​

*After you sign up, these materials will be sent to you via email.


Sign up here!