#1 Call for students as non-vaccinators:
WSU Students for Community Health (WSCH) is looking for volunteers from the college of medicine, nursing and pharmacy who can speak AAPI languages such as Chinese, Vietnamese, Hmong, Korean, Marshallese, Karen, and Nepalese to serve as interpreters at a COVID vaccine clinic in Spokane on March 27th and April 17th.
If you are interested in volunteering but don’t speak these languages, there are also non-interpreter roles available! Roles include directing traffic, helping people figure out where they need to go, helping people fill out consent forms, and distributing food to people at the clinic. They need about 30-40 volunteers per day. The clinic is hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Coalition Spokane Chapter and Pacific Islander Community Association Spokane at the NATIVE Project, located at 1803 W Maxwell Ave, Spokane, WA 99201.
#2 Call for 1-Facuty/4-6 students (as vaccinators)
Request from Mt. Spokane Pediatrics to help with a clinic this Saturday, March 27th. They’re hoping to vaccinate 100-120 people from 9am -1pm at their location.
Sign up Genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4FA9A722A2FBCE9-mtspokane
#3 Need 1 additional student for last day at Summit Cancer Center Monday, March 29th. Link posted on nursing website: https://nursing.wsu.edu/vaccine-clinic-trainings.