Esperanca is looking for an individual who has a passion for community health, and is interested in giving back to their local community to improve the oral health of families in underserved areas of Phoenix, Arizona. Oral Health Community Educator will support Esperanca's Phoenix Program by assisting with preventive oral health programming for underserved children and adults, teaching preventive education workshops at local free/low-cost dental clinics, community sites, as well as performing community outreach to recruit more participants for oral health programs. All training will be provided. Qualifications Passionate for working with community and willingness to learn Enjoys working with children and families Able to perform basic data collection for grants Reliable transportation Bi-lingual in English/Spanish a plus but not required Reliable transportation
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Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- All volunteers are required to obtain or have a current fingerprint clearance card.