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We Rock Cancer

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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WE ROCK CANCER "We make skin cancer screenings cool"

The majority of work will occur in volunteers’ office or home office setting. Some work will occur at various organizational events, fundraisers, and live music settings. Our upcoming events are listed at https://werockcancer.org/events%2Fvideo

Health Care Mission Support Position:

  • Responsible for attending live music events and mobile screening events to organize dermatologists’ delivery of Skin Cancer Screenings
  • Coordinate, schedule, and confirm dermatologists’ long-range participation in live music events and mobile screening events for at-risk and under-served populations
  • On a recurring basis, assist with ensuring that WRC messaging and on-line information regarding prevention, education, and early detection of skin cancer are accurate and up to date
  • Conduct outreach to and regular communication with medical sponsors, partner organizations, and National, state, and regional medical organizations
  • Assist Health Care Committee Chair and Chief Medical Officer with compilation of event-specific screening results data as well as quarterly and annual reports
  • Present status updates and recommendations to WRC Founder, Chief Medical Officer, Health Care Committee Chair, and Board of Directors

Orientation/Training: Volunteers will be trained on the particular aspects of their position including expectations and timelines, an organizational overview, as well as WRC volunteer policies.

Learning Opportunities: Strengthen online research skills, use data compilation and analysis skills, sharpen critical thinking abilities, better understand the mission of WRC in a fun setting, and learn how to be a highly effective advocate of the prevention and early detection of skin cancer. If interested, volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in the staging of live music events and mobile Skin Cancer Screening events.

Qualifications/Requirements for Volunteers: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, and exhibit strong reading, writing, critical thinking, research, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills. Ability to professionally communicate with external organizations and medical personnel is required. Must have proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) and possess a strong work ethic.

Additionally, knowledge of medical terminology, understanding of HIPAA guidelines, experience in the medical field, and bilingual proficiency in English/Spanish are not mandatory but would enhance our ability to accomplish our mission. Presence in the DC area is not mandatory, but is a plus to support events occurring in the DMV area.

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About We Rock Cancer


1390 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 900, McLean, VA 22101, US

Mission Statement

We Rock Cancer (www.werockcancer.org, social: @werockcancer) WRC is a Veteran Founded 501(c)(3) that provides FREE Skin Cancer Screenings at live music events and FREE mobile screenings for at-risk workers with limited access to health care. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in America. Over one million new cases are expected worldwide this year. It is also the most curable - with early detection. Yet, in a busy life schedule, getting a Skin Cancer Screening is often treated as a low priority. We Rock Cancer’s mission is to change that. As one of our first dermatologist partners observed, "You guys have found a way to make skin cancer screenings cool!" Together with our musical artist and dermatologist partners, we raise awareness for prevention and enable early detection of skin cancer. Through our education, prevention, and early detection efforts, we aim to reduce the prevalence of skin cancer in these vulnerable populations and increase survivability.


Whether you enjoy developing relationships with donors or working live music events, we need you. If you prefer to analyze data, gather digital information, coordinate medical mission activities, create and market our messages, we also need you on one of our teams:

  • - Our Financial Resources Development Team obtains and manages the funding that is essential to our mission. This team will manage our existing donor base and further develop relationships with corporate and individual donors, as well as grant funding organizations. This team focuses on the following finance related areas: grant writing, corporate social responsibility and corporate giving development, research data analysis, and event specific fundraising.
    - Our Health Care Mission Team coordinates our dermatologists’ participation and organizes the screening process at our screening events. They coordinate with medical sponsors, shape our medical mission information, and support the Chief Medical Officer and Health Care Committee Chair.
    - Our Communications Team shapes our on-line and social media messaging, including art, still, and video images.
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We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Physician Assistant
  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building


  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • Minimum Commitment: Volunteers commit to work a flexible schedule of 3 hours per week for a minimum of 3 months.
  • Qualifications/Requirements for Volunteers: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, and exhibit strong reading, writing, critical thinking, research, attention to detail, and problem-solving skills. Professional communication skills required.

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