Volunteer: Princeton University Health Services

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University Health Services, Princeton University
Jan. 26, 2022

Princeton's University Health Services has created another way for students to assist in tasks essential to its response to COVID. Right now, UHS is looking for student volunteers to put together testing kits. While the assembly of test kits is straightforward, it is of utmost importance. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work closely with UHS, gain insight into a large-scale public health initiative, and contribute in a meaningful way. We already have some students volunteering with our test kit assembly team and this collaboration has been very successful. However, we are hoping for even more student volunteers to be part of this ongoing volunteer opportunity. We currently have available hour-long shifts from 10am-4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday every week from now until at least the end of February. We can only accommodate two student volunteers per shift, so please sign up soon to get the shift that you would like. Here is a link to doodle where you can sign up: https://doodle.com/poll/k9hfmzzhznyzt2wh?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tiffani Semanchik (tiffanis@princeton.edu) or Rachel Kasdin (rgkasdin@princeton.edu).