GENERAL ROLE DESCRIPTION
Neighborhood Clinic provides completely free immediate care services for non-emergent medical problems, as well as hosting free dental services. Outreach Team Members get that message out in the community - so people who need our services know we are here, so that possible volunteers know about us, and so that possible donors know about us too!
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Outreach Team Members may choose to take part in any or all of the activities described:
Take occasional shifts at Neighborhood Clinic tables at area events/festivals to answer questions about the clinic’s services and needs. Volunteers are always scheduled in pairs for tabling.
Take occasional shifts to visit area businesses or organizations to share information about Neighborhood Clinic and/or replenish signs/flyers. Volunteers are scheduled in pairs or groups.
Help prepare outreach supplies; pack/load/unload materials for transport by car
Participate in "quick response" social media campaigns by sharing specific messages or posts by Neighborhood Clinic when a Quick Response Alert is sent out.
Assist in presentations given by Neighborhood Clinic staff for area community groups
The Outreach Team Member is supervised by the Executive Director or designee.
Varies. Opportunities to sign up for events will be offered as they are scheduled. The need for participation is greater during summer months, but is not limited to summer.
Attend an Outreach Orientation session (these may take place in person or virtually)
Be at least 16 years old
Access to email
Bilingual - Any language pair!
- Public Speaking
- People Skills
- Public Relations
- Community Outreach
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Varies and is by sign-up; it is specific to events