Public Health Volunteers
Support Fraser Health to provide public health care by volunteering for:
1. Child Health Immunization clinics, opens year-round, hours vary.
Greet & put young parents at ease at Child Immunization Clinics in the Tri-Cities. If you love to chat, and adore babies, this is a great opportunity. Volunteers must be 16 or older, have strong English communications skills and a clear criminal record check is required, must like working with children and babies.
Great opportunity for young students who want to explore a career in Public Health. If this is a school work placement, volunteers can not choose the clinics where he or she would be volunteering.
2.Flu clinics (during flu season, October to January).
Help Public Health nurses keep the flu shots going at busy seasonal Flu Immunization clinics in the Tri-Cities. You will greet people coming in for their flu shot, assist with registration, and observe people for reaction after their shot. Volunteers for flu clinics have to be 16 or older and possess strong English communications skills. This position is great for students who need work experience through school program.
3. Youth clinics (ages 12-21). Opens Wednesday 3.15 to 7.30PM.
These clinics provide free confidential services for youth looking to discuss their personal health with a public health staff. Volunteers must be between the ages of 19-25 and have strong English communication skills. Volunteer monitors the well-being of the clinic environment while building rapports with the youths (e.g. playing games or simply have a conversation with them).
All clinics are located in the Tri-Cities.
6-month commitment required, with opportunity to stay longer.
For more information please contact Cheryl at