VOLUNTEER LINK

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Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Project LINK’s Back to School Health Clinics, in collaboration with our partners within the Back-to-School Coalition of Hillsborough County. 


The Back-to-School Coalition of Hillsborough County is working hard to carefully implement a safe and healthy environment for everyone during these summer clinics. 


Our team has developed an extended COVID-19 Contingency Operation Plan to safely execute our Back-to-School Health Clinics during this post pandemic era. Our plan includes, but not limited to adhering to CDC precautions: following social distancing protocols, utilizing personal protection equipment, performing COVID-19 screenings for volunteers, routine disinfecting and sanitizing surfaces, limiting clinical appointments, minimizing on-site personnel, patients waiting in their cars/outside until appointment times, and face-covering for clinical support.


Our efforts address the health care disparities that are plaguing neighborhoods across the Tampa Bay area. We serve families that do not or have limited access to healthcare providers and is committed to the progression of health equity within our communities.


If you cannot keep your volunteer commitment, please alert your site coordinator. We rely on the efforts of all team members and adjustments could be needed to fulfill your role. 


We appreciate your support, as you help us serve a population that has systematically experienced greater obstacles. 

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS:
  • All volunteers must apply online
  • Must have temperature checked upon arrival
  • Must wear face mask entire time (mask will be provided)
  • Volunteers must be at least 16 years old (High School Club Members)
  • No children under 16 years of age permitted.
  • Snack/Beverage will be provided to volunteers
  • Those 65+ should take precautions when volunteering
  • Depending on volunteer opportunity, require hand washing, increased sanitizing, and cleaning of services. (when appropriate)
  • Volunteers maybe requested to attend one orientation session at the designated location and/or scheduled virtual meeting.
  • (MANDATORY) READ THE VOLUNTEER DISCLAIMER: CLICK HERE!

 

LICENSED MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS
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Licensed Medical Volunteers

This category is for healthcare providers and clinical practitioners that are performing clinical services(vaccines/physicals administration) for clinic day

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NON-LICENSED MEDICAL VOLUNTEERS
Non Licensed Medical Volunteers

This category will consist of volunteers providing medical support assistance - medical undergrads, medical interns, pharmacy students, and healthcare workers (roles may include vaccine ambassadors, Florida shots entry, language translators, etc.)

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SITE SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS
Site Support Volunteers

This category of volunteers will consist of community organization stakeholders, college/university students, corporate partner employees that help execute the operational functions of the clinics to include but not limited to pre/post event setup/tear down, front triage/registrations, parking lot triage,  school supply/educational distribution, and/or vendor participants.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

CLINICAL PRACTITIONER VOLUNTEERS

If you are a licensed provider serving in a clinical role, please download the attached Florida Health Department Form.
Email your signed document to:

kelvin.alvarez@flhealth.gov or fax to: (813) 283-2076.