Active volunteering opportunities to to aid the COVID-19 efforts
Alameda Food Back
Seeking healthy volunteers, ages 18 to 64, to help pack and sorting food.
Martha's Kitchen is feeding nearly 1,000 extra meals per day to keep up with the need. A GoFundMe charity page has been created to raise the additional funds needed to provide nutritious meals for those in need. Donations can be made via the button below.
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
Needs volunteers to box and distribute food to the community. Monetary donations are also appreciated
Santa Clara County: COVID-19 Volunteers
By completing a short volunteer survey, you can be best matched to role(s) that use your skill set. Each role will support front line staff and first responders, creating a healthier, safer community.
The COVID Tracking Project
Every day, our volunteers compile the latest numbers on tests, cases, hospitalizations, and patient outcomes from every US state and territory.
A Little Joy Initiative
TUTORING TO THE RESCUE: The devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be overstated. One of the losses we currently face is the suspension of classes for our children. And, academically, young students from low-income families in grades K-8 are hurting the most.
This program is a one-of-its-kind and completely free. As we navigate this new world for the time being, we’re experimenting with different ideas. Every week you can get credit for 2 hours of experience right at the comfort of your own home if you COMPLETE a short assessment.
Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) are looking for first-year female students ages 18-25 to participate in their community college health study! We seek to understand health issues affecting students and to improve health education materials for young adults.
You can make $170 over the next year by taking online surveys.
The Community College Internships program seeks to encourage community college students to enter technical careers relevant to the DOE mission by providing technical training experiences at the DOE laboratories.
7-week Internship is for high school and undergraduate students considering careers biomedical/biological sciences.
This summer internship was founded on the principle that education is the single, most powerful tool to improving human health. Many of us who provide mentorship in the STaRS internship program have achieved our own leadership positions because of mentoring. Through this program we have an opportunity to show our gratitude to our former mentors, by doing the same for new students. Our goal, in the end, is to help exceptional young people find the reward, excitement, and immense satisfaction that a career in medicine and biomedical research provides.
Learn about available and recent opportunities to participate in!