Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers
Help staff COVID-19 community vaccination clinics
Possible Medical Volunteer Roles
- Review forms for clients that need additional medical review
- Assist with vaccine preparation
- Administer vaccine
- Monitor clients for adverse reactions
Possible Non-Medical Volunteer Roles
- Assist with volunteer check-in/check-out
- Review forms
- Screen forms
- Traffic control
- Direct clients
- General; clinic logistics setup & teardown
Please follow the instructions under the “Medical Reserve Corps” heading to volunteer in our COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
Volunteers with health care backgrounds are essential to emergency response. A system has been created where volunteers can be certified and practiced so that during an emergency with these credentials can step in and be used wherever needed, on the front line or in hospitals.
During our COVID-19 vaccine clinics, we need volunteers with medical backgrounds as well as those without.
Have the skills? Join the Medical Reserve Corps
Public Information & Communication Practicum
Health Promotion Internships Available
Complete the volunteer application.
Print or save your form and submit application by email to the designated person in your area of interest.
Explore opportunities to volunteer or intern with the Utah County Health Department.
Outrage Youth Group
Communities that Care (CTC)
Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition (DPC)
Family and Personal Health Divison (FPH)
Currently, we accept applications from nursing students enrolled in nursing programs most frequently. Generally, this is associated with their clinical hours.
If you are interested in applying to volunteer in the FPH Division, and you are not affiliated with an accreditied nursing program, please send an email to Lori Barber, MN, RN, Division Director, at email@example.com.
Describe in one-two paragraphs your area of interest in volunteering. You will hear back from her within 72 hours. Thank you for your interest.