COVID-19 Vaccination Volunteers

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Volunteering your time

Community members who would like to support Spectrum Health Lakeland and the Berrien County Health Department during community COVID-19 vaccination clinics and vaccine distribution efforts can do so by volunteering their time. Both clinical and non-clinical roles are available. Those interested in assisting can complete the volunteer form below.

Please note that by completing the form you are expressing interest in volunteering. This is not an application for employment and does not guarantee a volunteer role. You may be contacted by either the Berrien County Health Department or Spectrum Health Lakeland depending on our current volunteer needs.

Sign up to volunteer

Volunteer scheduling

All volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. Volunteers may be subject to a background check and will be required to complete additional documentation and training prior to volunteering.

There is some flexibility in terms of volunteer shift times. However, volunteers should be able to commit to at least 20 hours of service per month with a minimum of a three-hour shifts (four to six-hour shifts preferred). Some volunteer shifts may take place outdoors and/or require standing for extended periods of time. Non-clinical volunteers may be asked to check people in, screen people as they arrive, assist with signing consents, or provide wayfinding. Clinical volunteers may be asked to administer the vaccination, scribe, or observe people post vaccination.

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